Do one of the following:
• Choose Window > Character, or click the Character palette tab if the palette is visible but not active.
• With a type tool selected, click the palette button □ in the options bar. Choosing a font
A font is a complete set of characters—letters, numbers, and symbols—that share a common weight, width, and style. When you select a font, you can select the font family and its type style independently. The font family is a collection of fonts sharing an overall typeface design; for example, Times. A type style is a variant version of an individual font in the font family, for example, Regular, Bold, or Italic. The range of available type styles varies with each font. If a font doesn't include the style you want, you can apply faux styles— simulated versions of bold, italic, superscript, subscript, all caps, and small caps styles.
In addition to the fonts installed on your system, Photoshop uses font files in these local folders:
Windows Program Files/Common Files/Adobe/Fonts Mac OS 9.x System Folder/Application Support/Adobe/Fonts Mac OS X Library/Application Support/Adobe/Fonts
If you install a Type 1, TrueType, OpenType, or CID font into the local Fonts folder, the font appears in Adobe applications only.
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