Click the ‹Embed› button, in the ‹Page Info› section right of the table of contents and a new section appears, titled Embed Fonts. A dialog box opens, which allows you to select the font to be embedded in the document. By default, there are four fonts enabled: Arial Calibri Courier New Lucia Sans Unicode Times New Roman Underline The ‹Preferences› tab lets you set the size and style of the font. The ‹Styles› tab lets you select the layout of text of the font. What happens if you are using a pre-existing font that you don't own, and you don't know where to get one? To use it, go to File > Fonts > Save. In the ‹Embed Fonts› pane, select your font from the list and click ‹Upload›. When the font is saved at your chosen location, it is imported into the document. You see it as a new layer on top of the previous layer. If the font does not save the way you want, you can export the layer manually and upload it again. How do you share fonts on the web? Why Not Use Filibuster? A. Filibuster is free to use. B. This is just the beginning, Filibuster is looking to grow. C. There is no obligation to use Filibuster for all your fonts. Use it freely for as long as you want. D. Filibuster does not support all the new fonts that are being released every day. It would take a lot of time on our end to keep up with so much new technology. E. It is currently not available for Windows Phone 8 devices. 3. The free version runs on Google Chrome and Firefox on Windows. 4. Click on the Filibuster icon, you will see a drop-down with a menu. Select 'Copy to Clipboard'; this will copy text to your clipboard. Click the Copy button again to restore the selection. Type something, paste it, click the clipboard item then click the Filibuster icon or the small drop down arrow near the 'Font' section. You can see what the selected text will look like then you can copy it to your computer.