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Fonts Helvetica & Arial

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I'd like to use Helvetica and Arial to design a brand, but I can't find them in typekit, does Adobe have those fonts at all? Or do I need license for those fonts from other websites?

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Fonts Helvetica & Arial

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I'd like to use Helvetica and Arial to design a brand, but I can't find them in typekit, does Adobe have those fonts at all? Or do I need license for those fonts from other websites?

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Arial should be a system font for Mac and PC.

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Hi nal93529437,

Arial and Helvetica aren't available from Adobe Fonts (formerly Typekit). If you're comfortable with similar fonts, you can take a look at these fonts:

- Halyard

- Acumin 

- Neue Haas Grotesk

If you need Arial and Helvetica, you can purchase them from Fonts.com. Let me know if you have any further questions.

Cheers,

Benjamin

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Ben beat me to it with his Halyard suggestion.  Its weight is a touch on the heavy side, but Helvetica comes in many weights.  Halyard has the descender on the capital G (as opposed to Arial that doesn't) but Halyard has a stylised capital Q.

If you have been using Photoshop for a while, then a trick I have had to resort to is reinstall CS6 and grab a copy of fonts that became discontinued with later versions.  Be aware that fonts come and go with Adobe.  Brickham Script is an example of a font I had to rescue from CS6, but it appears to be now be available again.   I back up my entire font folder when changing hardware, to guard against such occurrences.  Take nothing for granted.  

Bickham Script | Adobe Fonts

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