If you do any kind of web or print design, it’s likely you have a large font library. Indeed, we have at least 3000 True Type fonts that we’ve purchased over the years for projects.
Using them with Linux is very easy to do fortunately!
Just head over to your Software Manager and click on Fonts. In Mint, the very first selection available should be ttf-mscorefonts-installer. If not, then search for it directly.
Once installed, you can easily install a core set of Microsoft fonts, as well as import any True Type font that you wish!