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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/download-and-install-custom-fonts-to-use...

Custom fonts that you've installed on your computer might not display the same way on a different computer. Text that is formatted in a font that is not installed on a computer will display in Times New Roman or the default font. Therefore, if you plan to share Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint, or Excel files with other people, you'll want to ...

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Microsoft Font Maker. ‪Microsoft Corporation‬. ‪Multimedia design‬. Use your pen to create a custom font based on the nuances of your own handwriting. Install the fonts you create to add a personal touch to everything you do. EVERYONE.

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/.../how-to-add-custom-fonts-in-spo/ba-p/825663

Custom fonts can be defined in the font scheme (.spfont file) for a SharePoint site. The font scheme defines the fonts that are used in four areas: title, navigation, heading, and body. When you change to the custom font in this way, all web pages in the site will use it so the site have a consistent font for main content areas.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/add-a-font-b7c5f17c-4426-4b53-967f-455339c564c1

To add a font to Word, download and install the font in Windows, where it will become available to all Office applications. Fonts come as files, and there are many sites on the Internet where you can download free fonts, such as DaFont. You can also import font files from a CD, a DVD, or your organization’s network.