Can you please add Open Sans to the font options? It's the font my site uses and I would like to use it in mock-ups. It's a Google font.

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Emilyauto Warner

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  • this would make my work smoother

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JL1

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In Windows, Fonts are managed by the Operating System, not by apps.
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Emilyauto Warner

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oh, ok. Yes I'm on a Windows machine. thanks! 
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Lore Eargle

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Also, i think Open Sans is a Google font.
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Paul

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It is, but you can still install it in Windows by downloading the font file from the Google fonts site
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JL1

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I just installed it. It can be downloaded here: https://www.opensans.com/

The download page states: "Open Sans is excellent for any type of use. It’s incredibly readable in small sizes and also works great when printed in huge letters. The best thing of all, it’s a free font! You are free to use and download it for your next design project."
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Lore Eargle

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Thank you, Paul and JL1!
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Lore Eargle

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If, like me, your IT department frowns on you installing items from random web pages, you can get Open Sans directly from Google site at https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Open+Sans. To access their other 914 fonts, click Google Fonts in the upper left.