This article will guide you in removing fonts embedded in the presentation. This is useful if you find that some font you are using is not available in Microsoft Office programs. I will also outline how to remove them from Microsoft Office programs by installing a font file. In fact, these font files are commonly referred to as embedded fonts. They can be problematic if you are working with PowerPoint, Excel, Word, or any of the other Office programs. They should be removed from Office programs. Embed Fonts in PowerPoint There are a few ways of removing fonts embedded in presentations. For PowerPoint, you won't need to install a new font for it to work. These will be the default fonts included with PowerPoint 2010, 2013, 2010, and 2016. You will not see a message like this at the start of the presentation: The following instructions will work with PowerPoint 2013, 2010, and 2024 too. First, ensure that none of the default fonts are embedded. Next, find and double-click on the If the displayed font file is embedded.TTF (it's the default for PowerPoint) the process will be relatively simple, and you will only need to do a few simple things. Double-click on the file as shown here on the screenshot: If not, you'll need to download Microsoft Office 2024 Font Format Converter. For Windows 7, follow these steps to install the converter. The converter is available for free download from Microsoft HERE. This will open a new document. From the dialog box, click the File tab. Click on the Save as type list option. Select PowerPoint and the text should contain the word embedded.TTF This will replace the font embedded within this text box with the default font. The new file should open as shown here on the screenshot: That's it. You will no longer be able to see the default fonts in your presentations. That's all there is to it! For other Microsoft Office programs, you'll need to find and download one of the following fonts files. I'll provide a link. Embedded Fonts in Microsoft Office Programs If using PowerPoint, you can use the same process as above.