How to Convert a Mac Font on a Windows Computer
First, on the Mac, change the font file to MacBinary format using Stuffit, MacBinary II+, or other utility. You have to do this because most native Mac font files can’t be read by a Windows computer. The exception is OpenType fonts. Both Mac and PC can read these files.
Copy the .bin font file over to the Windows computer.
Click the big blue PLUS button down at the bottom centre
Browse to and select the font to be converted. Click the OPEN button if necessary.
The font name will appear in the Source pane — the one on the left.
In the destination pane — the one on the right — note that a destination font name has appeared also.
Click the dropdown arrow at the right end of the name.
Click FORMAT and select one of the formats.
If you click on the font name in the destination pane then you can see information about the font in the Legend panel below.
Now you’re ready to convert. Click the swirly red CONVERT button at the lower right.
Browse to and select your destination folder for the new font file. Click OK.
The conversion is performed.
Just look in your destination folder for your new font file. Notice that if you chose a Macintosh destination format (except OpenType, of course) the font has already been converted to MacBinary. In this case you can copy the .bin font file back to the Mac; unconvert it; and place the font in your font library. If you converted to a Windows format you just need to install the font and you’re good to go.