When I go to the MS Word Acrobat ribbon and click on Preferences, Advanced Settings, Fonts, the Google Montserrat font does not appear in the list of Windows Fonts. Also, I cannot added it with the Add Name option. "Montserrat" alone does not work for exporting and "Montserrat Regular" cannot be typed in because spaces are not allowed.
My problem is that I cannot export (I think for the above reason) Montserrat font from MS Word to Acrobat. I built a beautiful background graphic with photo and Montserrat font in Photoshop and Indesign. I need to put the image into the background of a MS Word document and overlay 5 variables in Montserrat over the top of the image. The staff who will perform this do not have the Adobe CS installed on their computers. That would be prohibitive. The default font chosen by Acrobat is terrible and not compatible wih the original graphic.
I like Montserrat, and want to avoid redoing the original graphic. Can anyone help me with getting Montserrat to export from MS Word to PDF?
I would make the assumption that the Montserrat font is not on the machine, in which case you should be able to google the font and find out how to download and install it. Once it is on the system, MS Word should be able to use it.
If you have activated the Font through Adobe, then I believe it is only available to Adobe Applications.
Yes Monsterrat is on the machine. It is selected in the MS Word document. It displays and prints perfectly in Montserrat. What it will not do is save the Montserrat to the PDF by using either the MS Word menu or the Adobe Ribbon menu. As stated, on the Acrobat Ribbon, Preferences, Advanced Settings, Fonts, the Google Montserrat font does not appear in the list of Windows/Word Fonts.
These are the Montserrat fonts installed and available in InDesign, Photoshop, and Word. They are not available when saving to PDF. Additionally, when I am working in Acrobat DC, Prepare Form, only the Montserrat Thin and Montserrat Thin Italic are in the list of available fonts. Does anyone have any suggestions, please?
Part of the answer is here at this URL. It did not solve all of the above issues but fonts are now showing up in Acrobat for adding form fields and adding text, but are still not showing as available in the Acrobat ribbon in Word.