The sync may have failed due to an interruption in your network connection, a problem connecting to Creative Cloud, or an account issue.
First, click the Retry button to try syncing the fonts again. If the sync continues to fail, follow the steps in the sync troubleshooting guide.
If you try to sync a font through Typekit that is already installed on your computer, an error message is displayed: “A font with the same name is already installed.” For example, Typekit includes Adobe fonts that are also commonly installed with Adobe software.
The version available through Typekit may be more recent than the one you have installed. To replace the version on your computer with the one from Typekit, deactivate or uninstall the local version using your font management software.
- On Mac OS X, the default font manager is Font Book. Highlight the name of the font and then choose Edit > Disable [font] family.
- On Windows 7, open the Control Panel and click Fonts. Copy the font from the Fonts folder to another location to create a backup, and then delete it from the Fonts directory.
- On Windows 8 and Windows 10, open the Control Panel and click Fonts. Copy the font from the Fonts folder to another location to create a backup, and then delete it from the Fonts directory. Finally, sign out of your Windows account and then sign back in to update the system fonts menu.
Then click the Retry button to try syncing the fonts again.
If you have InDesign installed, you can use it to find where the font is currently installed on your computer:
- Occasionally, two fonts share an internal PostScript name but have slightly different user-visible names. Look for a similar font if you don’t have the exact one installed.
- If the font isn't listed in your font management software, search for the font name on your computer. It may be installed in a local folder, such as the InDesign fonts folder.
- If you don’t want to replace your local font with the Typekit version, you can remove it from your synced fonts.