Upload your fonts to Creative Cloud

Access your own fonts across Adobe apps and other desktop applications (such as Microsoft Office) and then use them in your creative designs and projects.

Before you begin

When adding your font files, ensure that:

  • The file size doesn't exceed 512 MB.
  • The font is either a TrueType (.ttf) font or an OpenType® (.otf) font.
  • You have the rights and licenses to use the uploaded fonts.

To learn more about how Creative Cloud manages the fonts you upload, see Font usage and rights.

Make your fonts available in Creative Cloud apps

Upload your fonts to the Creative Cloud desktop app to use them across Adobe apps and other desktop applications.

Notă:

Enterprise user? With an enterprise subscription only admins can upload the fonts. As an end-user you can only use the custom fonts that your admin has shared. (If you are an admin, see Upload and share custom fonts with enterprise users.)

  1. Open the Creative Cloud desktop app. (Select the   icon in your Windows taskbar or the macOS menu bar.)

  2. Select the fonts icon  in the upper right.

    Creative Cloud app window showing icons for fonts, help and resources, notifications, cloud activity, and account.
    The Adobe fonts window opens.

  3. Select Uploaded fonts in the left sidebar.

    The Adobe fonts window showing Added fonts, Installed fonts, Removed, and Uploaded fonts buttons on the left panel.
    The Upload fonts to Creative Cloud window opens.

  4. Select fonts from your desktop to add them, or simply drag them to the space provided. (If you've already used this feature, select Add more to add more fonts.)

    The Upload fonts to Creative Cloud window with an area to drag and drop font files to, and an upload button for uploading font files.
    You can upload more fonts by selecting Add more. Also, Creative Cloud allows you to upload multiple font files at once.

  5. Confirm that you have the rights and licenses to use the uploaded fonts and select Add

    The window showing a license agreement for the font and option to confirm uploading the font or cancel the process.
    The font file has been uploaded successfully.

  6. Select Add.

  7. Select Done to apply your changes.

    Your fonts are available to use in your Creative Cloud apps.

How to remove your fonts

Notă:

If you remove any of the added fonts, assets created with the removed font will still feature them.

  1. Open the Creative Cloud desktop app. (Select the   icon in your Windows taskbar or the macOS menu bar.)

  2. Select the fonts icon  in the upper right.

    Creative Cloud app window showing icons for fonts, help and resources, notifications, cloud activity, and account.
    The Adobe fonts window opens.

  3. Select Uploaded fonts in the left sidebar.

    The Adobe fonts window showing Added fonts, Installed fonts, Removed, and Uploaded fonts buttons on the left panel.
    The Upload fonts to Creative Cloud window opens.

  4. Select a font, and then select Remove.

    The Upload fonts to Creative Cloud window showing all the uploaded fonts and options to add more fonts or remove fonts.
    The uploaded font is removed successfully.

  5. Confirm that you want to remove the font. Once done, your font is no longer available for use.

Font usage and rights

Read and understand the end user license agreement (EULA) that describes the permitted rights and uses for your font. Avoid any feature or workflow that violates your EULA—or abstain from using this feature entirely. To help you decide, here are some of the ways that fonts are managed when they are added to Creative Cloud with this feature.

When you add a font to Creative Cloud, Adobe will not modify it, but we will store it in Creative Cloud and may make and distribute copies for your use on computers and other devices where you log in with your Adobe ID. 

Through Creative Cloud, you can select your font from the Fonts menu in Adobe applications and services for desktop publishing — as if you had installed the font yourself. As with any font you install, your font EULA may prohibit some uses. For example:

  • Embedding the font in a PDF or an ebook,
  • Using the font in work meant to be distributed for commercial purposes or
  • Copying the fonts for storage or distribution with the Package feature.

Ensure that your use of any Adobe features complies with your EULA. If you are unsure if your EULA permits adding a font to Creative Cloud and its use through this feature, contact the foundry, designer, or reseller from whom you purchased your EULA.

Frequently asked questions

You can upload unlimited number of font files to your account. 

Creative Cloud subscriptions with access to the Adobe Fonts entire library can use this Creative Cloud service. The feature is not available to free users, Education users whose subscriptions don't include the whole Adobe Fonts library, and Enterprise users.

Currently, adding fonts to Creative Cloud will give you access to your fonts on desktop devices only when you sign in to the Creative Cloud desktop app. This feature will be available to Creative Cloud mobile apps in a future update.

If you upload fonts to Creative Cloud and later cancel your subscription, the locally installed font files remain available on your desktop devices. However, you will no longer be able to manage your uploaded fonts from the Creative Cloud desktop app.

Desktop font files are automatically installed in your computer’s local font directory:

  • Windows 7 and later: Windows > Fonts
  • Mac OS X and later: System > Library > Fonts

You might not be able to add a font to Creative Cloud for various reasons. It's likely that you're trying to add:

  • Fonts that are already installed on your device.
  • Fonts that already exist in the Adobe Fonts library.
  • Fonts that are not appropriately licensed and cannot pass our validation tests.

Make sure to use the correct font file format and verify that your font is appropriately licensed. You can also convert your font to a supported file format.

If you have recently moved to Teams and see Custom Fonts instead of Upload Fonts to Creative Cloud in your Creative Cloud desktop app, wait for 24 hours and then try adding your fonts. If you still don't see Upload Fonts to Creative Cloud after 24 hours, relaunch the Creative Cloud desktop app with these keyboard shortcuts:

  • Windows: Ctrl+Alt+R
  • macOS: Command+Option+R

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