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Best Fonts for Microsoft Excel

Best Fonts for Microsoft Excel

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Superb graphic design is powered by great font selection. But picking great fonts is a challenge for most people. Luckily, Canva has made adding great fonts to your designs much easier. In this tutorial, our team of design experts will cover the best fonts for Microsoft Excel in Canva.

Best Fonts for Microsoft Excel in Canva

1. Cardo


Cardo is a large Unicode font specifically designed for the needs of classicists, Biblical scholars, medievalists, and linguists. It also works well for general typesetting in situations where a high-quality Old Style font is appropriate. Its large character set supports many modern languages as well as those needed by scholars.

2. Carlito


Carlito is a modern, friendly sans-serif font, metric-compatible with Microsoft Fonts Calibri font. Carlito comes in regular, bold, italic, and bold italic. The family covers Latin-Greek-Cyrillic (not a complete set, though) with about 2,000 glyphs.

3. EB Garamond

EB Garamond

EB Garamond is intended to be an excellent, classical, Garamond. It is a community project to create a revival of Claude Garamont’s famous humanist typefaces from the mid-16th century. This digital version reproduces the original design by Claude Garamont closely.

4. Droid Serif

Droid Serif

Droid is a font family created by Ascender Corporation for use by the Open Handset Alliance platform, Android.

5. PT Sans

PT Sans

PT Sans was developed for the project “Public Types of Russian Federation.” The second family of the project, PT Serif, is also available. The fonts are released with a libre license and can be freely redistributed: The main aim of the project is to give the possibility to people of Russia the to read and write in their native languages.

6. Arialle


Arialle can substitute Arial and Glacial Indifference looks pretty close to Future.

7. Josefin Sans

Josefin Sans

The idea of this typeface is to be geometric, and elegant, with a vintage feeling, for use in larger sizes. It is inspired by geometric sans-serif designs from the 1920s. The x-height is halfway from baseline to cap height, an unusual proportion.

8. Nexa


Nexa is a modern sans-serif font family, with a geometric touch. It comes in 36 styles, clean and modern caps, thereby creating more variability. Perfectly suited for graphic design and any display use. It could easily work for web, signage, corporate as well as for editorial design!

9. GFS Didot

GFS Didot

GFS Didot is a serif font family based on the Didot type designed by Firmin Didot in 1805. Since then the typeface has enjoyed unrivaled success as the type of choice for almost every kind of publication until the last decades of the 20th century.

10. Garet


Garet is a modern geometric sans serif. It is characterized by high x-height, clean and soft letterforms with a smooth masculine tone. Garet derives its distinctive oval shapes from the optically perfect circle and has closed counters to further emphasize that form.

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