How To Install Microsoft Fonts In Ubuntu Linux
* Arial Black
* Arial (bold, italic, bold italic)
* Comic Sans MS (bold)
* Courier New (bold, italic, bold italic)
* Georgia (bold, italic, bold italic)
* Times New Roman (Bold, cursive, bold italic)
* Trebuchet (bold, cursive, italic bold)
* Verdana (bold, cursive, italic bold)
2. Extract the fonts.
3. Open Nautilus (Places -> Home). Press Ctrl + H to reveal all hidden files and folders.
4. Check if the sources exist folder. If not, create the folder and name .sources.
5. Copy and paste the new font (s) into the .fonts folder.
6. Restart the application. Fonts should be available for use now.
If you want to install the whole system and allow others to use it:
2. Download the new font (s) and extract it to the NewFonts folder
3. Open a terminal
4. Enter the command: sudo cp -R ~ / Desktop / NewFonts / usr / share / fonts. This copies the new font (s) to the system font folder.
5. Restart the application. The fonts are now available for use throughout the system.
If you are using KDE, there is an installer application that allows you to install new fonts easily.The font installer application is located under System Settings.
Click the Fonts tab. In the rendering section, check the smoothing sub-pixels button.
If you are using Ubuntu lower or an earlier version, here’s what to do:
Type the following command in the terminal