Was curious how I may add more fonts to Libreoffice using Ubuntu ? Do you have any suggestions which packages are compatible with. I have a particular ttf file (Binner Gothic) which I once put in 'C://Windows/Fonts' but now I use Ubuntu Linux and I can't find an obvious place. Fonts that you download from the internet (ttf and otf files) can be installed and used in LibreOffice Writer and other programs by placing them.
If you open a Microsoft Office document in LibreOffice or OpenOffice, Unfortunately, you can't install it from the Ubuntu Software Center on. Package: libreoffice (ubuntu and others) [security] [universe] dep: fonts-dejavu: metapackage to pull in fonts-dejavu-core and fonts-dejavu-extra. You might have other versions for importing Microsoft fonts into Ubuntu, though. LibreOffice could benefit from it, especially if you're struggling to transition.
This tutorial shows how to install any fonts in Ubuntu/Linux systems to use in all applications such as LibreOffice, GIMP, Drawing. Recently (with LibO ?) the fonts available to me in LibO got screwed up. I now have any number of exotic eastern (farsi, khmer etc) fonts. I'm happy to use Liberation fonts, but I have a document made in MS Word with very precise formatting that I usually convert to PDF before. How to install Fonts on Ubuntu Bionic Beaver Linux. using any font selection capable application like for example LibreOffice - Writer.
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