About this article
This article explains how Embedded Fonts behaves together with Templafy. Mainly how it behaves when uploaded to the Asset Library: Slides
- When the embedded fonts are NOT installed on your machine
- When the embedded fonts ARE installed on your machine
- How do I know if there are embedded fonts in my slides/presentation?
When the embedded fonts are NOT installed on your machine
When the fonts embedded in the slides are not installed on your machine, you will see the following error when trying to insert the slide into your presentation from the Templafy Taskpane
If you try to insert any slides/slide elements into the presentation, you might see the following error appear from Templafy:
When the fonts embedded in the presentation are not installed on your machine, it can still generate from Templafy, but when it opens, it will open in "Read only" mode. You can see that as most buttons will be greyed out as seen below.
When fonts are not installed:
When fonts are installed:
When the embedded fonts ARE installed on your machine
When the fonts embedded in the slides are installed on your machine, you should be able to insert the slide/slides/Slide Elements without any issues. The same goes for Presentations. If the fonts used in the presentation is installed on your machine, it should work as expected together with Templafy.
How do I know if there are embedded fonts in my slides/presentation?
You can take the PowerPoint presentation/slides from the admin center and open it manually on a machine that only has standard fonts installed with Windows. Here is how it would look if a user opens a presentation with fonts that they do not have installed:
See the following articles from Microsoft about fonts in PowerPoint, but also Word.