Does microsoft word recognise kerning pairs?

JeremyWoods's picture

A font that I am working on has incorrect kerning when I take it into Microsoft word. I am wondering if this is a problem with Microsoft work or with the font itself. Anyone have any info on this?

Nick Cooke's picture

It's stupid that it's not activated by default:

Format > Font > Character Spacing > tick Kerning for fonts, and size

cerulean's picture

I am finding that in MS Word, MS Works, and OpenOffice, master pairs will kern but classes will not.

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