How to Remove Fonts from Mac OS X
Mac OS X: Managing Fonts

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Read more about me.. I needed to export some fonts I used in a web design project. On my iMac I created the logo with Photoshop. I created my Networknet logo with Photoshop. I want to export this font and share with others. Now I want to export this font. Choose folder and click Save.

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If font files are huge, I would compress them into a ZIP file and mail them if possible. Very easy job the accomplish on Mac OS X operating system. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. Welcome to Networknet Blog! How to export fonts from a OS X Mac system? Third-party fonts are not directly supported in Microsoft Office for Mac applications. Some third-party fonts may work in one application and not in another.

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Other third-party fonts are installed in a "family". A family usually consists of the third-party font itself together with some or all of its variations bold, italic, and so forth. Sometimes, a font may be displayed in Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, or Microsoft Entourage, but you may be unable to use one of its variations, such as italic.

Office does not support custom fonts. This includes any fonts that were manipulated by a font or typography program. Microsoft Office for Mac technical support does not provide support for installing or configuring third-party fonts.

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If the following methods don't resolve your font issue, contact the font manufacturer or the website from which you purchased the fonts. First, restart your computer, and then test the font again. Some installations are not complete until the computer is restarted. This also makes sure that all applications are restarted after the installation. Clear the font caches. To do this, quit all Microsoft Office applications.

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Restart the computer. Apple OS X will rebuild its font cache, and Word will rebuild its font cache from that. For best performance in Word, try to run with all your fonts enabled all the time. Each time that Word starts, it compares its font cache with the system font cache. If the two don't match, Word will regenerate its own font cache, which can take a few seconds.

If you have dynamically enabled fonts, the system font cache will appear different nearly every time that Word runs this comparison. You must do this every time you install an update, because the Microsoft installer tries to restore the disabled fonts each time. Restart the computer in Safe mode. Then, restart the computer normally.