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macrumors regular
Original poster
Aug 20, 2004
I have so many fonts I'd like to create a pdf with all open and unopen fonts I can quickly browse when working on a project and looking for a particular font.

Do any of you designers have a program (free?) that might be worth looking into? Thanks.


macrumors 6502
Sep 11, 2007

Do you use a Font Manager program (like Suitcase Fusion, FontAgent Pro, Font Explorer X Pro, etc)? If you do, then most of them can print a catalog of the fonts that you have (both active and inactive fonts). If you don't use a font manager, there are some programs that only do cataloging but I'm not sure if any of them are free. There are a couple in the App Store but I didn't see any free ones. If you have and use a lot of fonts, a good font manager isn't a bad investment to make (plus it will do cataloging for you).



macrumors newbie
Mar 24, 2015
:eek: I had NO IDEA you could print from Fontbook. This is a game changer omg!
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