Finding a font like you can be tough – especially if you work in marketing or graphic design.
Fortunately, MacOS (or on iOS, if you need help with that) has greatly improved the way you can download, preview, and enable new Mac design apps.
Here's how to install fonts on a Mac and quickly organize them.
Download the right fonts
Step 1: Look for the font that you need. There are many, many sources of fonts online, from casual lists to fonts specifically for designers (or you could just decide to design your own font). Most of the lists are free, although some designer fonts come with a batch.
Step 2: Make sure the font you choose is compatible with MacOS. You can tell by looking at the file name. Mac supports TrueType, or ".ttf" files and well as OpenType or ".otf" files. Fortunately these covers the majority of downloaded fonts. However, you may not be able to use PC bitmap or ".fon" fonts, which are not compatible. Presumably, future open source formats will work just fine.
Step 3: You may want to double-check the website to make sure you're satisfied download anything! If everything looks good, download the font file that you want.
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Step 1: Navigate to the file you just downloaded from Finder , then open it up (expand zip files as needed first). This should be open Font Book . This is an app that has MacOS included several times ago to help make managing fonts easier, and it has a number of useful functions.
Step 2: Take a look at Font Book's preview. You can change the typeface with the drop-down menu at the top of the window to get a better look at the font's different weights and styles. A new version of the font is a new type of font.
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If you have any new fonts to install, you may want to customize your fonts are organized.
Step 1: Click Go in your Mac's bar menu, then click Applications. In the Applications window, select Font Book – its icon is a book with a big F on it.
Step 2: Once the Fonts Book opens, you can explore all your current fonts, either by looking at them in alphabetical order, one of the options in the "Smart Collection" section, or one of the general categories that Font Book comes with.
Step 3: When you're ready to go, you may be wondering what to do import a new font, select the plus sign at the top of the window. This lets you browse for font files on your Mac that you have not installed yet. It helps save time when downloading multiple files.
Step 4: If you are downloading a lot of different fonts and want to clean up your font lists, you can even save more time, Font Book can help out.
The File and Edit tabs at the top of the screen so include options to remove font families or disable them if you want to clear up your fonts a bit. File menu.
If you have any problems with your Mac, you can use it.