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We have included a Font Manager to manage the fonts included on the MacFonts disc. For advanced users you will need to use a more robust font manager such as Suitcase. To install the fonts on Mac OS X follow these simple steps: 1. Once the CD is in the drive and on your desktop, launch the wel...
You can use FontBook to manage your fonts. Follow these directions: Steps 8 through 12 below are the most important. 1. Close all open applications on your Mac. Check the Dock. 2. Place the CD-ROM in the Drive. 3. Double-click on the CD-ROM icon on the Desktop. 4. Drag the entire folder...
You can use Suitcase® or any other Font Manager to manage your fonts. Keep in mind that by design, Suitcase® handles fonts by keeping pointers to the fonts in a database for easy access. This means that when you add font(s) to Suitcase® from a CD-ROM it merely adds a "shortcut" to it's database fo...
If you would prefer not to keep the MacFonts disc in your drive each time you want to install a font, then you can copy the whole font folder to a location on your hard disc and use another Font Manager to manage the fonts. *Installing all of the fonts into your system fonts folder could cause dama...