Fonts in Microsoft® PowerPoint 2010
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- Fonts in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
- Duplicate font files
- Corrupted font cache file
- Corrupted font files and folders
Fonts in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
Embedding of fonts that do not have license restrictions is supported in Microsoft PowerPoint. If you open a PowerPoint presentation that contains embedded fonts on a computer other than the one in which the presentation was saved, the behavior of the embedded fonts can depend on the embedding license level of the fonts.
Duplicate font files
The presence of duplicate font files may be one of the reasons for the issue in rendering the fonts in the Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. If any files are present as a duplicate copy, it may affect the performance of the original files. You may find difficulty to open the original font files and this in turn can cause issues in rendering the fonts in the Microsoft PowerPoint.
The problems in the font cache file may be another reason. The font cache file gets corrupted sometimes. As a result the fonts in the Microsoft PowerPoint looks jumbled and unclear onscreen or while creating presentations. Due to this you may get printing error messages that are font-related; your computer’s font cache may need to be emptied. As a result you may find problems in rendering the fonts.
The tainted font files and folders in your computer may be another reason for the issues in fonts in the Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. The font files and folders may get corrupted due to the malware issues or the configuration issues. This can lead to the display issues and can even lead to application crashes.
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