Office 365 subscriber, and you have access to the latest beta (version 1703) of Office PowerPoint Desktop or Office 2022 for Mac. You'll then see a popup window that asks you to select “Embed fonts and links” from the list of options (Figure 2). Figure 2 How to Embed Fonts in Office 2022 — FAQ What does using Embedding Fonts in PowerPoint mean for my PC? To begin, all PowerPoint files hosted elsewhere, whether in Microsoft OneDrive or other sites, will not have the Embedded Font Preview option highlighted. In addition, Microsoft Office will add a font to a PowerPoint presentation only if the user has enabled the feature. Will PowerPoint auto-embed fonts? No — PowerPoint will automatically update your PowerPoint file for you, updating the font size, color, font family, font line weight, etc. and may also auto-embed the font to ensure you can work with the font. What if I'm not an Office 365 subscriber? You're not automatically granted the ability to use this feature, but you have access to the latest beta (version 1703) of the Office 2022 for Mac, version 1703. That version also includes an interface for embedding fonts in a PowerPoint presentation, including the ability to view embedded fonts (Figure 3) Figure 3 How to Embed Fonts in PowerPoint 1703 beta You need to have a PowerPoint version 1703 (or higher) installed on your computer to see the option to embed fonts in a presentation. If you don't have one of these versions of PowerPoint, you can still view the embedded fonts by opening the same PowerPoint file using PowerPoint 2017. What if I're using PowerPoint 1703 Beta? You can open PowerPoint's file for embedding fonts in the PowerPoint 1703 beta by right-clicking it and choosing Open with Beta, or going to File > Open with. What if I'm using the 1703 beta on my Desktop and want to see the embedded fonts or embed them in a presentation? If you want to view the embedded fonts within PowerPoint 1703, follow these steps: Open PowerPoint Go to File > Open Click the Open with Beta button (Figure 4 and 5) Figure 4 Open PowerPoint Figure 5 Open PowerPoint on your Desktop for Previewing embedded fonts Will I need to update my existing PowerPoint code? Yes, all existing PowerPoint code will need to be updated for embedded fonts within PowerPoint. In addition, any PowerPoint code that is based on an .