Using web fonts in Adobe Captivate

The visual impression of layout and typeface can be profound — something that impacts you long before the actual recognition of meaning. Like art, your impression is immediate and yet mostly unconscious.

The use of custom fonts is now commonplace on the web, as a critical element of that visceral first impression. This has been primarily driven by the ability in HTML5 to load fonts from external sources as part of the page, rather than from the operating system. Google provides a vast set of such “web fonts” that can be integrated onto a page with just a few lines of HTML, completely for free.

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