Question Marks & Errors When Installing Fonts

If you are seeing question marks or strange symbols when you open the font to install it, this means you are trying to install the WebFonts we have provided, which are for Web/HTML use only (stated on buying options tab). WebFonts cannot be used in desktop environments and or applications, as well they will not work […]

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What is a Large Volume Commercial font license extension?

When you buy a Desktop license for a font, you are allowed to use the font to create all manner of physical and digital things–signs for a business, social media posts, website graphics, flyers, etc. You can give these things away, you can sell them, you can post them online or print them on billboards […]

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What is a Broadcast/Streaming font license extension?

When you buy a Desktop license for a font from YouWorkForThem, you are allowed to use the font to create titles for film/video or motion graphic content. However, if you want to display that content via terrestrial or satellite television broadcast, stream it on the Internet, and/or distribute and exhibit it theatrically/publicly, you need to […]

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Microsoft Office Cuts Off Fonts

If you are using fonts in any of Microsoft’s office applications, you might experience a bug where the applications cut off parts of the text. This is a known bug that has actually been documented by Microsoft. They have a help article posted on thier website to help address this issue, which can be found […]

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Receiving Your Purchases

For certain new customers, there is a short wait while we approve your account for downloads (as mentioned during the checkout process). Typically, you’ll only have to wait a few minutes/hours for your download to be approved and ready for you in your account. However, during high-volume days, weekends or holidays, it can sometimes take […]

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How to Install Fonts on PC

Installing fonts on the PC largely depends on the version of Windows you are using. If you’re using Windows 8/7/Vista, simply select the font files (.ttf, .otf or .fon) then Right-click > Install. If you’re using an older version of Windows, you’ll need to place the font files (.ttf, .otf or .fon) into the Fonts […]

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What is OpenType?

OpenType is a cross-platform font file format, and is the best font format for most purposes. It allows for more powerful, versatile fonts, and YouWorkForThem offers and recommends it whenever possible. It’s a single file that works on both Mac and Windows systems, so you can move back and forth between platforms with ease. OpenType […]

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Which Font License(s) Do I Need?

Font licensing can be very confusing, since the goalposts are always moving. Here are the most common font licenses: Desktop License If you want to install a font on a computer and design projects with it, you need a Desktop License. This is the most basic license for Mac/Windows systems, covering use within desktop apps […]

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How to Install Fonts on Mac

For best results on OS X, we suggest that you install your purchases using OS X’s built-in Font Book application. It’s very easy to use, and many times will just work automatically when you double-click the font software installer that you purchase and download from us. For the complete (and always up-to-date) document regarding installing […]

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