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Google has included another textual style family – Lexend – that will enable you to peruse quicker and better. The textual style is accessible inside Google Docs, Sheets and Google Slides or you can download it legitimately from the Google Fonts site and use it in disconnected applications like Microsoft Word.

Here’s an example Google article rendered with the Lexend Deca font.

Need Speed Reading Fonts
Need Speed Reading Fonts

Thomas Jockin and Bonnie Shaver-Troup, the textual style creators, have likewise transferred the text style records on Github under the Open Font License which enables you to utilize, change and redistribute the textual styles uninhibitedly as long as they are not sold without anyone else’s input.

To empower the Lexend text style in your duplicate of Google Docs, open another record inside Google Docs, click the Font dropdown in the toolbar and select More Fonts. Quest for Lexend and select them to add them to your default text style list.

Google Lexend Fonts

The examination recommends that understudies had the option to build their perusing speed (all out number of right words read every moment) by 19.8% when a similar archive was organized in the Lexend typeface versus the Times New Roman family. The text style’s improvement has been financed by Google.

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