You can add multiple font options to a text element so customers can choose from a range of fonts while personalizing. You can assign multiple fonts in two ways:

To add multiple font options to a text manually

  1. Select the text element
  2. Expand the Character toolbox
  3. Click to expand the Select a Font list
  4. Pick a font from the list
  5. A dialog will confirm that the Font was correctly applied to option 1 select-font.gif
  6. Use the arrows next to the option number to change to option 2
  7. Click to expand the Select a Font list and pick a new font
  8. The dialog will confirm that the Font was correctly applied to option 2
  9. Use the arrows to change to the next option and repeat as many times as you want.
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Important

Always start in option 1, and move your way through options 2, 3, 4, etc. Don't leave a font option empty!

 

To add multiple font options to a text using libraries

  1. First, you have to create a font library. You can learn how to create a font library here.

  2. Select the text element
  3. Expand the Character toolbox
  4. Click Pick Library
  5. Choose the font library you'd like to use

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Tip

To see all the font options a text has saved, just click the arrows next to the option number to browse through all options. You can also type a specific number if you want to jump faster to a certain font option.

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