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Is the "Open Sans" font included by default in mac os x?

I tried to search "Open Sans" by pressing CMD + F with the filter system files included
but I cannot find it, and also in the font book I have not the "Open Sans" font...

But if I go to the chrome or firefox default font settings, I can choose "Open Sans" from the dropdown...

So how this is possible?

How can I find that font in the system and remove it, and reinstall later if I will need it again?

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Try this:

  1. Go to The Google Fonts Page.
  2. Open Sans will be added to your fonts collection.
  3. Then click download icon and you'll have a .zip file option with all of Open Sans variations in it.

You can them install them using fontbook.

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  • If Office apps were already open, quit them before continuing.
    – yoavram
    Dec 11, 2016 at 10:17
  • this isn't working for me, any alternate solutions ? Aug 2, 2017 at 11:03
  • You are awesome man ! you saved my life Dec 21, 2017 at 6:10

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