One of the resources that you need for creating interesting and creative-looking documents or graphics on the Mac, is fonts. A font is a collection of characters with a similar design. These characters include lowercase and uppercase letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and symbols. Changing the font can alter the look and feel of a block of text.
The Mac/MacBook comes with a pre-installed set of fonts that offer a great number of options when you are creating your document or a graphic design post, but there are situations where the pre-installed options are not good enough. Now, there are many resources online that offer free fonts, as well as premium options, and in this tutorial, we will show you how you can download and install new fonts on the Mac.
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Open the web browser on your Mac.
Head to a website that offers fonts for download. For this tutorial, we will use Google Fonts.