A new font can add flavor to an otherwise boring memo, invitation or newsletter. Whether you get your fonts from CD collections or from a website, it’s easy to add them to your system.
Windows XP or Vista
To get access to your fonts open the Fonts Control Panel (Control Panel -> Fonts). From here you can add a font by simply dragging it into the list or use the Install Font command to locate a font on your system. Another option is to drag and drop a font file onto the list.
Mac OS X
Font Book (found in your Applications folder) is the built-in program in OS X that lets you manage your fonts. You can use Font Book to add, remove and group fonts for all users or just yourself. Just like the Windows version, you can drop a font onto Font Book to install it.
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