Updating fonts and images for powerpoint
You can use the slider on the right side of the window to reduce or enlarge the display size.
You can find Font Book at /Applications/Font Book, or by selecting Applications from the Go menu, and then locating and double-clicking the Font Book application.Both OS X and mac OS can use fonts in various formats, including Type 1 (Post Script), True Type (.ttf), True Type Collection (.ttc), Open Type (.otf), .dfont, and Multiple Master (OS X 10.2 and later).Often you'll see fonts described as Windows fonts, but there's a very good chance they'll work just fine on your Mac, especially those whose file names end in .ttf, which means they're True Type Fonts.This lets you know if there are any problems with the file, or if there will be any conflicts with other fonts.Many applications display previews of fonts in their Font menu.Fonts have been one of the defining features of the Mac ever since it was first introduced.
And while the Mac came with a nice collection of fonts, it usually is not long before you are installing new fonts to your Mac as fast as you can find them.
You can find information about using Font Book in the Use Font Book to Install and Delete Fonts on Your Mac guide.
One advantage of using Font Book to install a font is that it will validate a font before installing it.
The web is a gold mine of free and low-cost fonts for your Mac, and we firmly believe you can never have too many.
You'd be surprised how difficult it can be to find just the right font, even if you have hundreds to choose from.
Simply dragging and dropping to install won’t be the easy method once you start having to worry about duplicate fonts, or fonts that are damaged (a common problem with some free font sources).