Working With Fonts
When Apple first introduced the Mac, its ability to use fonts of various types was one of its unique features. The Mac revolutionized publishing, offering high quality and lower production costs that allowed individuals to publish their own work.
Fonts are still a key feature of the Mac. Here you will find guides for working with fonts on your Mac.
How to Install Fonts in OS X
Even if you're not a graphic designer, it's nice to have a large collection of fonts at your disposal. Installing new fonts is easier than you might think; we show you how in this quick tip.
How to Manage Fonts With Font Book
It's difficult to resist accumulating fonts, but a large collection of fonts can easily get out of hand. We'll show you how to use Font Book to create and manage libraries and collections of fonts.
How to Validate Fonts With Font Book
If you're having trouble opening a document, or a font isn't displaying correctly in a document, it's possible that the font file is damaged. You can use Font Book to validate font files before, during, and after installation.
How to Preview Fonts and Print Font Samples
Selecting the perfect font for a project can be a difficult task. You can make the task a little easier by using Font Book to preview fonts and print font samples.
Install and Delete Fonts With Font Book
There are several ways to install and delete fonts on your Mac. One of the easiest is to use Font Book, an application that's included free with OS X 10.3 and later. We'll show you how to install and delete fonts using Font Book.