Unused fonts in CSS file

My IT director asked me why there are so many fonts in my CSS file. I went through all pages and made sure all fonts are the same (Open Sans). I then went through all of the master slides and deleted the ones I am not using and made sure all fonts are set to Open Sans on the masters I am using. I did download 2 of the 360 template slides for 2 interactions, but changed their fonts to Open Sans. Now when I publish, I still get a relatively large CSS file (193 KB) full of fonts I am not using (12-15 unused fonts). My IT guy says it is best practice to not have a CSS full of junk not being used. Is there anything I can do to reduce the number of fonts in the CSS?

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Leslie McKerchie

Hi Laurie,

If saving and re-publishing did not remove the items you are no longer using, I'd recommend importing your slides into a new file.

If you're still running into this issue, then with your permission, I'd like you to share your project file with our support engineers to investigate what's happening. You can share it privately by uploading it here. It will be deleted when troubleshooting is complete.