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Chapter 8. Hardware on the Mac > Fonts—and Font Book

8.5. Fonts—and Font Book

Mac OS X type always looks smooth onscreen, no matter what the point size, and always looks smooth in printouts, no matter what kind of printer you use. (That's because Mac OS X accepts only always-smooth type formats like TrueType, PostScript Type 1, and OpenType.)

To help you keep its fonts organized, Mac OS X comes with a program that's just for installing, removing, inspecting, and organizing fonts. It's called Font Book (Figure 8-9), and it's waiting in your Applications folder.


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