While PandaDoc offers some great built in fonts, sometimes you want some variety or a closer match to your branding. You can quickly and easily add Google Fonts to your templates and documents.
1. Navigate to Fonts.Google.com, once there you are presented with some of their most popular and newest fonts that they offer. You can select a font from this front page or search for a font name or type.
For this post, I’ll pick a popular one, Montserrat. Once you click on the font you would like to use, you will then need to pick the font weight you want by clicking + Select this style.
2. After the Style is selected, on the right click ‘Embed’ and then select ‘@import’. You will then highlight and copy just the URL that is between the " ".
3. Now that we have the correct font URL, head back over to your PandaDoc template. On the right click on ‘Design’ (painter's palette) icon. Click Customize Theme > Text (or Heading). From here click the drop down menu next to ‘Font’ and at the bottom of the list you will see, ‘+ Add custom font’. Once selected a window will pop up prompting you to paste in the Google Font URL.
You can add as many Google Fonts you would like within a PandaDoc template or Document, and you can add these fonts to other sections like, Headings font, and Table Design font.
Not all Fonts listed on Google Fonts are free or true Google Fonts. The site also acts as a repository for 3rd party Font creators to sell their creations. Unfortunately PandaDoc does not support these vendors.
What are some of your favorite Google Fonts that you use?
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