Embedding New System Fonts in Adobe Captivate 2019

Fonts help set the tone for an e-learning project, but they are rarely a choice made by the e-learning developer or instructional designer. In my experience, most organizations have fonts stipulated within their branding requirements and compliance with the brand is mandatory. Marketing or Communications departments will often supply the font files to support and encourage continued brand compliance. This is how I typically acquire new system fonts.

In these cases, even though Adobe conveniently incorporates access to Adobe TypeKit fonts directly into Adobe Captivate, I have no justification for purchasing additional font licenses (via Adobe TypeKit) because the company has already purchased the appropriate licenses for the fonts and acquired the files.

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