Arch Linux only comes with the bare minimum essential fonts. I had not realized it was necessary to install additional fonts until after libreoffice was installed. This guide will provide the user with some useful fonts for a typical Arch install. For additional fonts please visit the Arch Wiki.
For compatibility with office documents, I recommend installing Microsoft Fonts and the Liberation Fonts.
pacman -S ttf-liberation && yaourt -S
I frequently use Chinese, Korean, Japanese characters in filenames; the following asian fonts are optional if you desire the compatibility.
pacman -S ttf-hannom ttf-baekmuk && yaourt -S ttf-vlgothic
After installing desired fonts, the font paths must be added to the xorg file.
/usr/share/fonts/ to display all installed fonts.
Edit your xorg config file with your favorite text editor:
Here is a sample xorg configuration, you must modify it to match the fonts installed in your fonts folder; then add it to xorg.conf.
All your fonts should now be recognized; a reboot may be required.
For additional fonts, please check out the Arch Wiki: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Fonts