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How to Install Multiple Font Styles in Silhouette Studio at The Same Time (PC)

When you save time installing new fonts in Silhouette Studio, that means there's more time for crafting!

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This quick tutorial will show you how to speed up the process of installing new fonts that have multiple font styles on a PC. 

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Some fonts will come with multiple styles of the same font (i.e., italics, sans, script, etc.), and if they are all separate font files, then they each need to be installed. 

Let's look at this Christmas Lights Font from the Christmas in July Bundle at So Fontsy. There are a total of 4 different fonts in that bundle (as well as 78 SVGs and 10 PNGs!) so check it out over at So Fontsy if you want to pick it up.

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The Christmas Lights font has two different styles - the regular and italics, and each is a separate file. In order to have both fonts on your computer, you have to install both files. Sometimes a font could have several different font styles. 

Save yourself some time by installing all the styles at one time!

How to Install Multiple Font Styles At the Same Time on PC

Start by selecting each font style. Hold CTRL on your keyboard, then click on each font style. Then, right-click over one of the selected fonts. Then, click Install from the drop-down menu.

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All the fonts you had selected will be installed consecutively...

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... which saves you a ton of time and mouse clicks because you can do them all at once instead of individually. Some fonts could have 5 or more styles!

There are four different fonts in the Christmas in July Bundle, and they all look equally beautiful adorning a Christmas ribbon. Read this post for how to add HTV onto ribbon to customize your own.

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Then, head over to So Fontsy to grab the Christmas in July Bundle and start getting into the Christmas spirit at little early this year!

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