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How to fix missing Calibri and Cambria fonts on Mac (Bonus: Segoe UI)

If you open Microsoft formatted documents on your Mac like I do then you have probably run across the annoying message saying the Calibri or  Cambria font is missing.

For years I have ignored this as an annoyance, but today I decided to do something about it. Turns out there is a very easy fix!

Richard Taylor of RMTWeb became fed up like me and put together a package of fonts to restore Calibri and Cambria fonts on the Mac.

Getting the fonts running is trivial:

That’s it.

Really.

You will no longer get that annoying message about missing fonts!

Thanks to Richard for providing this resource! His original instructions can be found at https://www.rmtweb.co.uk/calibri-and-cambria-fonts-for-mac

Bonus: Segoe UI Font

After posting the original fonts I ran across an issue with Segoe UI fonts missing. Microsoft provides a download for them at Segoe UI and Fabric MDL2 external icon font. The install instructions are the same as above!

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1 Comment

  1. Danny

    This doesn’t seem to work when you have the default installation path as computer instead of user. None of the fonts install. Any ideas?

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