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Checking out fonts

Question : How can I see the fonts installed on my new Mac OS X system?

Answer : Mac OS X 10.4 comes with a program called Font Book that can show the typefaces installed on your Macintosh. In addition to listing your fonts, the Font Book program helps you install and manage your fonts.

You can find Font Book in the Mac's Applications folder. Once you open the program, you can see a list of all your fonts. When you click on the name of a typeface, Font Book displays a preview sampling of what each font looks like on screen.

To see all the typographical characters on a font, use Font Book's Preview menu and select Repertoire. There is an overview of the Font Book program at www.apple.com/macosx/features/fontbook.


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