It may make no difference at all, but when I add a new font to my system I go to "C" Windows - Fonts, and choose "Install New Font" from the Fonts' window's "File" menu. Perhaps installing the font as opposed to just copying updates a Windows database which would make it available to all programs. This is just speculation on my part. On the other hand, we have never had an issue with Fonts not being available to all programs that use them when we install them.
Like Charles said, all you do is right click the font file (.ttf i think?) select install, this will place it in the folder C:\windows\fonts - alternativley you can copy the font file into that folder and it will have the same effect. If Premiere is already running, just close it and re-open it and the font should be available.
Hope this helps.
Thank You both so much! Your suggestion was right and it helped!
If you just want to try some fonts out you dont have to install them
Just open the .ttf and then Premiere. When opening the Titler the font apears in the dropdown menu.
That was a nice trick that you taught me some months ago!
Works a treat for doing a preview of a font, that is on the computer, but not officially installed in Windows/Fonts.
To the OP, most apps. will see all, but only, fonts that are installed on the system (Ann's trick aside), but not all. I believe that ALL Adobe programs will see all correctly, non-corrupted fonts that are installed.