Thanks a lot! I tried all three of your links, and I like the fonts at the last link (phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/wells/fonts.htm) the best. They have all of the KK symbols and I can easily find the symbol I’m looking for by clicking on Insert->Symbol and then change the font to “Ipa-samd Uclphon1 SILDoulosL”. Then I can look at the character map and click on the symbol I want to type and then click the “Insert” button. Or I can just memorize the “shortcuts”, like Shift-N is for the “ng” sound, for instance. But I had to figure out all of the shortcuts myself. I don’t know why it doesn’t tell me the shortcuts in the character map (by clicking on Insert -> Symbol). Some of the shortcuts were hard to figure out, like for instance, to type the symbol for the sound of “a” in “apple”, the shortcut is Shift-[.
Also, the name of the font (“Ipa-samd Uclphon1 SILDoulosL”) is very long and unwieldy. Is there a way to change the name of a font after it’s already been installed?
But otherwise, I’m very satisfied with this font. Thanks again, Kenneth!