Check out the five new fonts in Microsoft 365

Here are samples of the five new fonts available for Microsoft 365 customers one of which will become the new default font.

Did we say five? …  there are really 10 new sans-serif fonts.  Each of the five newbies come in two versions, normal for standard text and ‘Display’ for headline and large text.

Microsoft has released these new, custom fonts and asking users to say which one will become the new default font. 

They are available in up-to-date Office 365 for Windows or Mac or will be soon. As we type this the new fonts are only appearing in Insiders versions of Office but Microsoft suggests they’ll be available to all.

Get the new fonts

Look in your font list in Word 365, Excel 365, PowerPoint 365 etc with the little cloud plus arrow symbol if the font hasn’t been downloaded yet.  Just select the font and Office will install it for you.

Here are examples of each of the new cloud fonts plus a sample of Calibri, the font to be replaced.

All the fonts will stay available in Office 365 regardless of which one becomes the new default font.  Calibri will also remain available.

Tenorite

Tenorite and Tenorite Display fonts are available as Regular, Italic, Bold and Bold Italic

Tenorite

Tenorite Display

Bierstadt

Bierstadt is available in Regular, Italic, Bold and Bold Italic.  Bierstadt Display is only Regular and Bold.

Bierstadt

Bierstadt Display

Skeena

Skeena and Skeena Display fonts are available as Regular, Italic, Bold and Bold Italic

Skeena

Skeena Display

Seaford

Seaford font is available as Regular, Italic, Bold and Bold Italic.

Seaford Display is only in Regular and Italic.

Seaford

Seaford Display

Grandview

Grandview font is available as Regular, Italic, Bold and Bold Italic.

Grandview Display is only in Regular and Italic.

Grandview

Grandview Display

Calibri – the current default

For comparison, here is Calibri, the default font Microsoft wants to replace.

Calibri font is available as Light, Light Italic, Regular, Italic, Bold and Bold Italic.

There is no ‘Calibri Display’ font, the ‘display’ equivalent is Calibri Light.

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