When’s the last time you looked at the Appearance pane in System Preferences? If you haven’t visited for a while it could be worth your while to take a look. Here’s how the Appearance pane can help you.
Guest poster Andrew J. Gnoza, III shares his Tip for quick ways to access and type unusual characters.
Fonts can sometimes go bad. Font Book helps you locate fonts with problems and delete them.
Find alternative forms for a particular character — different shapes and so on.
Command Option Shift v in many programs allows you to paste text from elsewhere while matching the style of the paragraph you’re pasting into.
The Font panel gives you access to your fonts and their characteristics from within applications.