The Conga® servers automatically support a wide variety of TrueType fonts. However, if your template uses a non-standard, “embeddable” TrueType font, you may include that font in the template by embedding it into your template file.
Here’s how to embed the font in a Microsoft Word® template. Unfortunately this is supported only in the PC version of Word, not Mac. If you're a Mac user, we recommend temporarily using a PC in order to embed the font or contact our support team if you're having difficulty.
In Microsoft Word,
- Go to File menu > Options.
- Click the Save tab.
- Enable Embed fonts in the file. Do not enable “Embed only the characters used in the document” which would prevent merged data from appearing in the desired font.
- Enable “Do not embed common system fonts” to minimize the file size.
- Click OK.
When you embed a font, the size of your document may increase significantly. Keep in mind that Conga allows templates up to 10 MB.
Embedded fonts are not currently supported when using the &AWD (Assemble Word Documents) parameter.