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Local Language Support

This Section provides the details about Local Language support.

Introduction

We provide here steps to enable language support in your computer system, especially for Microsoft Vista, Windows 2007, Windows 2000 and XP. We also present the steps to convert Unicode font into True Type Font (TTF) and vice versa.You will also learn about how to convert a Word document into pdf.

How Do I Do?

Enable Language Support

Windows Vista, like Windows XP, has inbuilt In Script keyboards for nearly all Indian languages. You can add them via the Control Panel.

  1. Go to Start → Control Panel
  2. If you are in normal view,select 〈Change keyboards or other input methods〉 from under 〈Clock,Language and Region〉.
  3. If you are in Classic view,select 〈Regional and Language Options〉.
  4. Select the 〈Keyboards and Languages〉 tab if it is not already selected.
  5. Select the 〈Change keyboards...〉 button.
  6. Choose you desired language(s) from the list and expand them using the '+' sign. Then, expand the item which says 〈Keyboard〉 and tick your preferred keyboard layout(s).
  7. Select 〈OK〉 and 〈OK〉 again to save the changes.

Enabling Indic support for Windows 7

Visit http://www.bhashaindia.com for more information about Enabling Indic support for Windows 7.

Enabling Indic support for Windows 2000

Follow these steps:

Start >> Setting/Control Panel >> Regional and Language option

Step-1: Click on “General button
Step-2: Check “Indic” option from drop-down menu located at the bottom under Language setting for the system” heading
Step-3: After checking the “Indic” opting, an instruction will come to insert “Windows 2000 Professional CD-ROM” to copying some file. So, insert the CD to allow them to copy file.
Step-4: Click on “OK button

Again, follow these steps: Start >> Setting/Control Panel >> Regional and Language option

Step-5: Click on “Input Locales” button
Step-6: Select the language from drop-down menu available under the “Input language” heading
Step-7: Click on “OK” button.
Step-8: After that, at the task bar (Right bottom) “EN” will appear
Step-9: If that option does not appear, please restart your computer
Step-10: After restarting the computer “EN” option will appear at the Right bottom of task bar
Step-11: Open Word page
Step-12: Change language with “Alt and Shift” key. If you have enabled Hindi then HI” will appear
Step-13: Start typing in Hindi or any other language. It provides support of In script keyboard.
Step-14: If you want to use “Phonetic Keyboard then follow the below given process.

Download IME support to use Phonetic Keyboard

Step-01: Open the web page: www.bhashaindia.com
Step-02: Click on “Download menu (Under “For End Users heading, located at left side)
Step-03: Click on “Indic IME
Step-04: Under Indic IME option, click on “Indic IME-1 (Hindi) to download
Step-05: Save the file on desktop and unzip it
Step-06: Double click on “Setup
Step-07: After finishing the installation, better restart your computer
Step-08: Follow this process: Start >> Setting/Control Panel >> Regional and Language Option >>Input Languages >> Select Hindi Indic IME 1 [V 5.1] from drop down box, available under Keyboard layout/IME” heading >> Ok >> Apply
Step-09: Open the word document and change the language option with Alt and Shift”
Step-10: Click on the “Keyboard image and select the “Hindi Transliteration option and start typing in phonetic way.

Enabling Indic support for XP

Follow these steps:

Start >> Control Panel >> Regional and Language option

Step-1: Click on “Regional Options
Step-2: Select “India” from drop-down menu located at the bottom under Location” heading
Step-3: Click on “OK button

Again, Follow these steps: Start >> Control Panel >> Regional and Language option

Step-4: Click on “Languages” button
Step-5: Check both boxes given below the “Supplemental language support (After checking the box, one instruction will come to insert “Service Pack-2” CD to copy some file
Step-06: Click on “OK button
Step-07: Click on Languages” button
Step-08: Click on “Details” button
Step-09: Click on “Add” button, given below the “Installed services” heading
Step-10: Select language, i.e., Hindi from drop-down menu given below the “Input Language” heading
Step-11: Click on “OK” button and then on “Apply button
Step-12: At the task bar (Right bottom) “EN” will appear
Step-13: If that option not appeared, please restart your computer
Step-14: After restarting “EN” option will appear at the Right bottom of task bar
Step-15: Open word page
Step-16: Change language with “Alt and Shift” key. If you have enabled Hindi then “HI” will appear
Step-17: Start typing in Hindi or any other language. It provides support of Inscript keyboard.
Step-18: If you want to use “Phonetic Keyboard” then follow the below given process.

Download IME support to use Phonetic Keyboard

Step-1: Open the web page: www.bhashaindia.com
Step-2: Click on “Download” menu (Under “For End Users heading, located at left side)
Step-3: Click on “Indic IME
Step-4: Under Indic IME option, click on “Indic IME-1 (Hindi) to download
Step-5: Save the file on desktop and unzip it
Step-6: Double click on “Setup
Step-07: After finishing the installation, better restart your computer
Step-08: Follow this process: Start >> Control Panel >> Regional and Language Option >>Languages >> Details >> Hindi Traditional >> Add >> Select Hindi” from Input language >> Select “Hindi Indic IME 1 [V 5.1] >> Ok >> Apply
Step-09: Open the word document and change the language option with “Alt and Shift”
Step-10: Click on the “Keyboard image and select the “Hindi Transliteration” option and start typing in phonetic way.

Enabling Indic support for Microsoft Vista

Follow these steps:

Start >> Control Panel >> Regional and Language option

Step-1: Click on “Location option
Step-2: Select India” from drop-down menu
Step-3: Click on “OK” button
Step-4: Click on “Keyboard and Language” button
Step-5: Click on “Change Keyboard” button
Step-6: Click on “Add button
Step-7: Select Hindi or any Indian language” language
Step-8: Click on + sign that is located of the left side of “Hindi” option
Step-9: Click on + sign that is located in left of the keyboard option
Step-10: Check both option– “Devnagari Hindi (Inscript) and “Hindi Traditional
Step-11: Click on “OK button and then on “Apply” button
Step-12: At the bottom task bar (Right bottom) “EN” will appear
Step-13: If that option does not appear, please restart your system
Step-14:EN” option will appear at the Right bottom task bar
Step-15: Open word page
Step-16: Change language with the “Alt + Shift” keys
Step-17: Start typing in Hindi or any other language. It provides support of In script keyboard.
Step-18: If you want to use “Phonetic Keyboard” then follow the process given below.

Download IME support to use Phonetic Keyboard

Step-1: Open the web page: www.bhashaindia.com
Step-2: Click on “Download” menu (Under “For End Users” heading, located at left side)
Step-3: Click on “Indic IME
Step-4: Under Indic IME option, click on “Indic IME-1 (Hindi) to download
Step-5: Save the file on desktop and unzip it
Step-6: Double click on “Setup
Step-07: After finishing the installation, better restart your computer
Step-08: Follow this process: Start >> Control Panel >> Regional and Language Option >>Keyboards and Language >> Change Keyboard >> Hindi Traditional >> Add >> Hindi >> Check the Box “Hindi Indic IME 1 [V 5.1]>> Apply >> Ok
Step-09: Open the word document and change the language option with “Alt + Shift”
Step-10: Click on the “Keyboard image and select the “Hindi Transliteration/Hindi Indic IME and start typing in phonetic way.

How to convert Unicode font into TTF (True Type Font)

You need to download these Setup files from Microsoft Bhasha.

  1. TBIL Converter 4.0
  2. .Net Framework 3.5 SP1

Please follow these steps to run the Setup and convert file:

Step-1: Click on .Net Framework 3.5 SP1 to download that and save it at your Desktop
Step-2: After that, Click on TBIL Converter 4.0 that is available under Font Tools menu and also save this at Desktop
Step-2: First Run the .NET Framework Version 3.5 SP1
Step-3: After that Run the TBIL Setup (For that double click on Setup image and follow process
Step-4: After that Desktop icon will appear.
Step-5: Double click on that to do the font conversion and follow these processes >> Check the Doc Files box >> Go >> Source Language (Hindi) >> Source format (Unicode) >> Source font (Mangal) >> Target language (Hindi) >> Target format (ASCII) >> Target font (Kruti Dev 010 >> Next >> Browse >> Convert >> OK >> Exit >> Yes
Step-6: File will get saved at that location where source file had been kept.
Step-7: After conversion you may find some characters (letters) are missing, so that you have to do the correction manually.

Convert TTF into Unicode font

Visit http://www.innovatrix.co.in/unicode/fileconverterindex.php5 for more information about convert TTF into Unicode font

How to convert Word document into PDF

There are so many tools are available for PDF creator and you can use that tool based on your choice. PDF 995 is also a PDF creator.

About PDF 995

  • PDF 995 is a PDF creator that converts Word document/ Excel sheet/ PPT, etc into PDF.

Follow the following steps to download the setup and convert document into PDF.

Step-1: Click Here to download PDF 995 http://www.pdf995.com/download.html
Step-2: Download- PDF 995 Printer Driver (Version 9.2) and Free Converter • Version 1.3, that is available under “Pdf995 2-Step Download menu
Step-3: Download both set up and saves at your Desktop
Step-4: Run both program one by one
Step-5: Open any Word document/Excel sheet or PPT
Step-6: Follow these steps to convert that into PDF >> File >> Print >> PDF Creator >> OK >> Save

Sources

  1. www.Bhashaindia.com
  2. www.tdil.mit.gov.in/
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