In this tutorial, you will learn about how to see list of fonts used in a Word document. By default, there is no option in MS Word that can help you know which fonts are exactly used in a word document. That means if you want to know the same, then the only option you have is to open the document and then manually check the fonts. But today, I came across a free tool which can help you see which fonts are used in any Word document.
For that, you would need to simply open this software, select a Word file, and voila you get the result instantly. Do note that it supports only the “DOC” files. There are also many font identifiers available which can help you find fonts from images and webpages. But, none of them has the option to find fonts used in a Word document.
How to See List of Fonts Used in a Word Document:
To get started, the first thing you need to do is download “UsedFonts” on your PC. The link is given at the end of this post. After that, extract the archive and then you can see a “UsedFonts.exe” file inside the extracted folder.
Now, to see the list of fonts used in a Word document, simply double-click on the EXE file. Then it will ask you to select the source Word document from your PC. Remember, it only supports DOC file.
As soon as you do that, it will automatically analyze the text in the Word document and generate a list of fonts used in the document. You can see the list of fonts in a small popup window, as shown below.
So, if you have been looking for a way to find out which fonts are used in a Word document, then this tutorial can be helpful for you. UsedFonts makes it super easy for you to do that. No Rocket Science required, as all you gotta do is select a Word file in this tool and the rest is done automatically. Go ahead try it out for free.