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Dear Akanksha,
You have to do it on two level
1. Using Control Panel
2. Using MS Office

Before doing that you have to do some preparation,

  • first keep windows installation CD Handy, whenever asked pl insert that.
  • Second, Download Indic IME, Windows XP LIP and Office 2003 LIP, Install them
  1. Now goto control panel --> Regional and language options --> Languages tab --> Check Install files for complex script, Install files for East Asian Languages (insert Win Installation CD when asked)

    In Advance tab select appropriate language for code conversion
  2. Download and Install fonts for your language
  3. in MS Word -->Tools Menu --> Language add your desired language
Having Problem please feel free to write or call

Zulfikar Ali
ali_zulfikar@yahoo.com
09899780221

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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