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Hour 16. Setting Up Printers and Fonts > Using the Mac OS X Fonts Panel

Using the Mac OS X Fonts Panel

Applications that enable you to choose fonts often use the built-in font picker shown in Figure 16.7. This element of the Macintosh operating system is designed to make finding fonts easier and more among different pieces of software. To see the Fonts panel for yourself, open the TextEdit application (path: /Applications/TextEdit), and then choose Format, Font, Show Fonts from the menu.

Figure 16.7. The Fonts panel is a systemwide object for choosing fonts.



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