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How to Install Fonts in Photoshop

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Hello, guys! I am Vaibhav and today I am going to show you how to install fonts in Photoshop for Windows.

Well, I have seen many people are asking this question in Yahoo answers, PhotoshopForum etc. so I thought to write a post on “how to do it”. I have also written a tutorial on installation of Brush in Photoshop and installation of Gradients in Photoshop and I think you should also check them out.

Related: Download and install fonts on macOS


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There are lots of free sites that offer free font. I am going to demonstrate this tip with 1001freefonts. For the sake of the tutorial, I am going to choose “Annabel script” as my font. To download font click on windows download.



After downloading and saving it in your hard drive, locate the .zip file in your hard drive.


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If you are using WinRAR as your default unzip client then right click on your zip file and then click on extract here. It will unzip your zipped content.



Now copy the unzipped font and then open control panel. Then search for fonts.



After clicking on fonts give 5-10 seconds to windows to load all the fonts present in your laptop.



As we have copied our unzipped font in step 4 so we need to press Ctrl+V to paste our downloaded font here. When you press Ctrl+V windows will automatically launch its installshield and will install the newly pasted font.


and here’s your font.



Now open Photoshop (if it is already opened then save your work and restart again). Now select horizontal text tool or you can press shift+T again and again until it comes. And there is your newly downloaded font.

8And we are done here.

Read my next tutorial where I will be discussing Changing Specific Color using Photoshop.

Thank you for reading this article. We’ll meet again in four days.

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