Adobe Muse is no longer adding new features and will discontinue support on March 26, 2020. For detailed information, see the Adobe Muse end-of-service FAQ.
Adobe Muse is a desktop application for quickly designing web pages with intuitive, visual tools. It doesn’t involve any code, so it’s especially approachable for people without HTML or CSS experience.
Adobe Fonts (previously called Typekit) is integrated with Muse, enabling users to select custom web fonts when designing their websites. For more information about typography in Muse, see the Muse Help documentation.
To add new web fonts in Muse, begin by going to File > Add/Remove Web Fonts.
You can also begin by selecting text, going to the pull-down font menu, and selecting Add Web Fonts in the Web Fonts section.
The font browsing window lists the web fonts that are included in your Creative Cloud subscription.
In the font browser, you can use the filter controls to narrow down the selection and specify the font characteristics you’re looking for.
You can select the fonts you want directly from this page by clicking the check mark in the upper right of the font card. Clicking OK will then add them to the Web Fonts menu in Muse.
Click the family name at the bottom of the card to see all of the weights and styles included with the family.
To add the font to your selection from the style detail view, click Selected in the upper-right, and then OK at bottom.
The web fonts will appear in the font menu in Muse, and can be applied to any text on your page.
Then when you export the website as HTML, connect to an FTP server, or publish to Business Catalyst, Muse will prompt you to connect to your Adobe account.
By default, websites created in Muse will use the Default language set, which includes English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish.
To include all of the languages supported in the fonts you've chosen, select "All" from the Character Set menu in the Page Properties > Options tab.