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Managing fonts with Font Book. It is recommended you use Font Book (included with Mac OS X v10.3 and later) to install, remove, view, organize, validate, enable, and disable fonts. See Mac 101: Font Book for detailed information. If you wish to manually manage fonts instead, see the next section. 
 Manually managing fonts
Double-click the font in the Finder, then click Install Font in the font preview window that opens. After your Mac validates the font and opens the Font Book app, the font is installed and available for use.SupportiPhone
This list of fonts contains every font shipped with Mac OS X 10.0 through macOS 10.14, including any that shipped with language-specific updates from Apple (primarily Korean and Chinese fonts).For fonts shipped only with Mac OS X 10.5, please see Apple's documentation
The font used from Mac OS X is "Lucida Grande"; in Mac OS 8 and 9, the font used for menus and window title was "Charcoal," but it could be changed from the preference panel. From System 1 up to 7.6 the default GUI font was Chicago.
Mac OS X defaults to a predefined set system font size for all onscreen text and user interface elements, and while many users will find the default text size to be sufficient, some users may wish the system font size was larger, and some may wish the Mac system text size was smaller.
Installing fonts on your Mac is a simple drag-and-drop process. There are several places to install fonts; the location to choose depends on whether or not you want other users of your computer (if any) or other individuals on your network (if applicable) to be able to use the fonts.
The preinstalled fonts live in two different folders, both called Fonts. One is in the Library folder at root level on your hard drive; the other is in the Library subfolder within the System folder. Mac OS X actually has four Font folders. A third one, also called Fonts, is in the (hidden) Library folder in your home directory.
Previously, up to OS X 10.4, both Mac OS 9 applications running in the legacy Classic Environment and native applications could access fonts stored in the Mac OS 9 system folder macOS includes a software rasterizer that supports PostScript. Thus eliminating the need for the Adobe Type Manager Light program.
Learn How to Install New Fonts in Mac OS X. Typography – if used elegantly – can greatly enhance the look and feel of just about anything that involves letter, numbers or characters.
Instant downloads of 256 free Mac fonts. For professionals, 128 are 100% free for commercial-use!

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