Are you tired of using standard Windows fonts such as Arial or Verdana in your Help projects? You and me both. Why not try Google Fonts to jazz things up a bit?
If, like me, you’re tired of using standard Windows fonts such as Arial or Verdana in your Help projects, why not try Google fonts to jazz things up a bit? It’s a breeze to set up and frees your readers from the need to have the font installed locally on their PCs. Simply take your pick from the extensive Google fonts library, copy a line of code, and then apply the font in your stylesheet. It’s that simple.
To save you the bother of setting this up, I’ve created a simple RoboHelp project with a working demo already inside. This showcases 5 different fonts across styles for heading 2 and paragraph formatting. Download the project for free now or to find out how to use Google Fonts, read the blog post: Sprinkle some Google Fonts into your projects.