Learn to Add Custom Fonts and Brand Colors to Microsoft Word or Apple Pages

Amy K Ogden
Jan 26, 2023
Adding custom fonts and brand colors to Microsoft Word or Apple Pages.

You’ve spent a lot of time, energy, and money getting your custom fonts and brand colors just right. You love your website, and your logo and professional headshots are all over your social media pages but what happens when you want to create something for your business and don’t have the time or even want to pay a designer to mock up a template for you?

If you’re a small business, odds are you rely heavily on Microsoft Word or Apple Pages to create simple documents like daily specials for your restaurant, a “Be back in 15 minutes” sign for your small retail outlet, or even sending out invoices to potential clients.

So, you open up Word or Pages only to find that they don’t offer your font or the exact shade of blue you so carefully picked out. So frustrating!

In this tutorial, I’ll show you that it’s easier than you might think to upload your custom font and set up your color palette within these programs so you can use them to create a cohesive branded experience!

We’ll review how to find, download and install your fonts to your Mac computer so you can use them in your Microsoft Office or iWork applications like Pages. I’ll also show you how to easily add in your color palette too!

Click below to learn how!

Don’t have a Mac? Click here to learn how to upload fonts to your PC!

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Amy K Ogden

Hi, I’m Amy and I specialize in WordPress Website Design and Development for small business owners, like you, who are ready to take the leap to build a strong online presence that works as hard as you do to keep your business thriving.