Open Sans Font

by Steve Matteson

Updated
Sans Serif

10 font family styles

Regular Style

Open Sans
truetype 889 glyphs 883 characters

Bold Style

Open Sans Bold
truetype 886 glyphs 883 characters

Bold Italic Style

Open Sans Bold Italic
truetype 885 glyphs 883 characters

Extrabold Style

Open Sans Extrabold
truetype 889 glyphs 883 characters

Extrabold Italic Style

Open Sans Extrabold Italic
truetype 886 glyphs 883 characters

Italic Style

Open Sans Italic
truetype 883 glyphs 883 characters

Light Style

Open Sans Light
truetype 887 glyphs 883 characters

Light Italic Style

Open Sans Light Italic
truetype 885 glyphs 883 characters

Semibold Style

Open Sans Semibold
truetype 885 glyphs 883 characters

Semibold Italic Style

Open Sans Semibold Italic
truetype 885 glyphs 883 characters
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    About Open Sans Font

    Open Sans is a humanist sans serif typeface designed by Steve Matteson, Type Director of Ascender Corp. This version contains the complete 897 character set, which includes the standard ISO Latin 1, Latin CE, Greek and Cyrillic character sets. Open Sans was designed with an upright stress, open forms and a neutral, yet friendly appearance. It was optimized for print, web, and mobile interfaces, and has excellent legibility characteristics in its letterforms.

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    pulsar14
    4 years ago

    I try to install each ttf file into Win 10 Fonts folder ... it returns "The file ... does not appear to be a valid font". What's wrong?

    StacyC27
    4 years ago

    @pulsar14 When you download a font, it is a compressed file. It looks like a file folder with a zipper. You need to extract the file before you try to install it. Double-click on the zipped folder, you should see an option to Extract All Files. You will also want to check the box where it says Show Extracted Files. Once the window opens up with the Extracted Files, you can then copy that to your Fonts folder.

    pulsar14
    4 years ago

    I fix the problem :
    In Windows 10 before You try to Install new
    fonts it needs to be sure that Win Firewall is On.
    Other active firewalls (e. g. Bitdefender firewall) is not influent.
    Thanks for your support anyway. Regards!