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I write my documents using Office 2007 (both at home and at work). I upload it to Google Docs so that they are always available for me to edit/rework. The problem that I face is this -

In MS Word 2007, I have the fonts Cambria/Calibri which is what comes up by default (for headings/body respectively).

In Google Docs, we have neither. Is there a way, we can add fonts to Google Docs or preserve the fonts atleast?

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No this is not possible. Google recently added more fonts to the list and they will continue adding I guess. They won't let you to upload your own fonts or using external ones (since the removed the ability to edit css/html), because there is going to be an issue if you are going to share the Document and your collaborators won't be able to view it properly. Also there is a privacy issue that might arise.

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Lipis: Thanks! Et Voila! I also have it now. The question is answered. Clearly, Google have been monitoring WebApps! –  Kanini Oct 21 '10 at 12:14
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@Kanini: Well.. not exactly.. you just asked the question.. Calibri was there for a month now :D –  Lipis Oct 21 '10 at 12:18
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Calibri and Cambria are both available for me in Google Docs. alt text

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@user5821: Et Voila! I also have it now. The question is answered. Clearly, Google have been monitoring WebApps! –  Kanini Oct 21 '10 at 12:13
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