If you receive a font error when opening your PowerPoint export, or if your fonts don't look the same as they did in Paste®, here's a few things to try.
Install your fonts
If you've added a custom font in Paste®, the first thing to check is that they're installed on your computer.
Change font file type in Paste®
Finally, PowerPoint may struggle with some font file types, such as .OTF, .WOFF, .WOFF2. One way of resolving this is to re-upload your fonts in .TTF format in your Brand settings page in Paste® and re-exporting your deck.
You can find out more on adding fonts in this article: How can I change Fonts in Paste®?
Please note that any font changes will affect every deck in your team.
Currently Paste® cannot export media frames to PowerPoint. If your deck includes content wrapped in a slick media frame (e.g., tablet, phone, laptop), this content will be exported without the frame. More on media frames here: How do Media Frames work?
If you have embedded content in Paste® (like a Google Doc, Twitter content etc), PowerPoint won't embed this. Instead you may see the content as an image, or even a small error message.
This should not affect embedded YouTube and Vimeo content.