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hi, i have hundreds of unistalled fonts.

is there a way that i can preview them all? - preferably to print them all off so i can reference them.

font book seems to only allow me to preview one at a time, there are too many for that!

thanks for any tips
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I'm not sure of any free way. There are many font management programs out there that could do it for you.

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i found this sharware app in versiontracker, The Fontz - http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/14107

it does not print fonts but the great thing is that it allows you to view uninstalled fonts.
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