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If you use the Mail app in macOS and have to apply various fonts to text in your emails, this tip will save you some time. Mail lists some fonts at the top of its drop down already but not all of these are useful. For example I often find myself having to highlight some lines using Courier New which isn't in the list by default (unless you've used it recently).

Luckily there is a way to add whichever font you like to this drop down for quick access. First open a new message window and click on the font drop down. Then click on Show Fonts.
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The font window will pop up. Find the font you want to add to the favourites, select it and click the button with a gear symbol. Then click Add to Favorites.

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The font you added will now permanently show up in the fonts drop down.
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-i

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