Handling special characters (UTF-8, Hebrew, Chinese, etc)

Paid account only

Including fonts based on their URL is only possible on a paid account. Documents including external fonts will fail on a free account.

The default PDFMonkey font is Open Sans. While it's a good enough looking font for most cases, it doesn't cover much when it comes to non-latin characters.

If you need to display non-latin characters in your Documents, you will need the help of a different webfont.

Most requested character sets

Here is a list of frequent cases and how to find Google Fonts that will display the characters you need.






Other languages

You can find most of the languages using the dedicated selection field on Google Fonts:

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