Most Linux Distributions use open-source fonts to substitute Microsoft’s iconic typefaces like Arial, Courier New, and Times. Red Hat created the Liberation family to replace these similar-looking but different sizes — all you have to do is select your preferred font when editing documents so that they’ll be readable without any disruptions!
For users who want to install Microsoft fonts and want the option to use them in LibreOffice, the following tutorial will teach you how to install Microsoft fonts on Linux Mint 20 LTS, and should work fine on other Linux flavours by installing the same application from their repos. The Microsoft fonts do improve the look and feel of documents being received from Windows users.
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Learn how to install Microsoft Fonts on Linux Mint 20 LTS for daily use in your LibreOffice or other similar suites or web browser.