Your PowerPoint fonts are not showing up on your Mac Jun 4, 2023 — Microsoft Office products will often display more characters and spacing of a font when displayed in full screen mode, or in PowerPoint Viewer. If your PowerPoint fonts are not displaying your content properly then Microsoft Office will let you know by having an error message displayed in your OS desktop. Microsoft Office software is installed in Macs using the Software Update feature installed in the App Store. It is most likely that this problem stems from the use of the default .PST file format, rather than the Office font files. You should always test Office for the following: · Office for Mac · Office for iOS You can check to see if your fonts are installed using Office Font Book. Here are some good resources for testing the Office font files. How to solve Windows font formatting issues Aug 14, 2023 — Use the “Save as type” feature in Word to create the Office file format file in the desired font. If you have a Word 2023 document, open it in Word 2016, then convert it using a version checker program (like Word Check). Open Excel 2003. In Word, open a Word 2023 file and go to Insert > Office Word Document Format. Convert. In Excel, open an Excel 2023 file and go to Insert > Office Excel Notebook Format. Convert. Word for Windows will show a warning about the use of a file format that you do not have, though it is not an error. You have to allow the file format, then use the Save as type feature to create a file format file the desired font. This is what Microsoft recommends for saving Word files: Save as Office-Windows-Word.docx in your Documents folder. The font for the font name will be displayed in the font name column. Save and close. If you don't have the fonts listed in the image above, then see Office for Mac Font Problems. Using PowerPoint without fonts Oct 3, 2023 — Using PowerPoint 2023 or 2013, if PowerPoint does not show the fonts correctly, it is most likely because the font you selected for PowerPoint is incorrect. The fix? Open PowerPoint, then go to View > Options > Word Styles > Options. Click View > Word Styles. On the Options page, make sure the “Type for Word” option is selected. Under View: Click on the Word Style menu and choose the font you want to use in PowerPoint.