The checkboxes below the description
field on the New Collections dialog, control the organization of the collection.
Checking the Sort
Fonts into Alphabetical Folders checkbox will create folders
named A, … Z to contain the fonts. Only those folders needed to hold the fonts
will be created. If you have no fonts in the collection that start with the letter
“J”, there will be no “J” folder in your collection. Font names that do not begin
with a letter, such numbers or punctuation will be placed in a folder named “#”.
Checking the Make
Separate Folder for Each Family checkbox will create a
new folder for each font family. The folder will be named by the font family name that is extracted from the file. There are some exceptions
to this rule. See the Preferences
section for details. If you have selected both Alphabetical folders and Family
folders, the family folders will be inside the alpha folders.
You can also optionally add all of the fonts currently installed in your Windows/Fonts
folder to the new collection. Check the
Automatically Add System Fonts to Collection
box to do this. Since this is not something that you would probably
not want to do for all collections, this option is disabled, by default.