Not All of My Font Styles are Appearing in My Font Menu
If you've installed a font family but cannot see several weights (bold, bold italic, italic, etc.) versions of the font in the font menu, the weights are likely style linked
Some designers bundle their fonts in families. Windows limits the number of font styles that can be displayed in a font menu to four per family (regular, bold, italic, etc.). Therefore, font styles that are installed may not display in the font menu. To access these fonts, highlight the text and use the appropriate style keys in the formatting menu (bold, italic, etc.). On rare occasions, Macintosh fonts may also need to be selected using style keys. Please note, if the additional fonts (bold, italic, etc.) have not been installed, the bold and italic style keys will apply "faux bold" or "faux italic" effects, instead of setting the text in the true bold or italic font.