I am working with text in Page Maker. I typed 97 pages document in my regional language(Telugu) using Anu Script Manager 6.0. I want to make it into a book form using build booklet option. I want the first three pages left blank without any page number. The auto page numbering should start from the third page starting with page number 1. The last page will be page number 100. I want to create the publication in book form using 2-up saddle stitch with page number starting from 1 from the third page and ending with 97 in the last page. I am unable to manage in the above manner. Please solve the problem to suit my requirement
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You cannot create a font style from another.
You can at best change the font from one to another within an application like Word if you have both the fonts installed.
further details can be provided only if you provide the OS; app etc
Are you using a Windows machine? If so, you'll probably need to make sure that you have a Telugu keyboard configuration in place:
Open the Start Menu and click "Control Panel." Open
"Regional and Language Options" and then click "Change keyboards or
other input methods." Click the "Change keyboards" button.
Click "Add" to add a new input language. Scroll down the
list until you find "Telugu." Click the "+" symbol to open up the
sub-menu. Open the keyboard sub-menu. Check the box for the keyboard
layout of your choice: Hindu Traditional or Telugu. Click "OK" when done
and click "OK" once more to close the language and region window.
In InDesign, you should be able to change the 'Language' of particular text from the Character palette. This option is at the bottom of the palette but I don't know if there is an option for Hindu or Telugu.
Are you looking ways to send emails in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, or Malayalam. You can use the Gmail's Indic Transliteration feature,
to send email in Indian languages. Currently Hindi, Tamil, Telugu,
Kannada and Malayalam are supported. When you type message in English,
Gmail will automatically convert the word to its Indian local language
equivalent (This feature need to be enabled ). This feature enhances the
usability of the Gmail service for non-English users.
For ex, "namaste" we will transliterate to Hindi "??????", and "vanakkam" in Tamil will become "???????". Press Ctrl+g to toggle between English and selected language.
How to Enable Indic Transliteration
Indian languages feature is enabled by default for Gmail users in India. If not do the following;
Go the Settings page
Enable Enable Transliteration by checking the box [see pic ]. If you don't see Enable Transliteration , click the Show all language options link first to see this option.
Select default transliteration language (ex Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada or Malayalam).
Click Save Changes.
Go to Compose Mail page and click the language letter you set (one letter).
Start typing mail in english. This will translate English words into your language.
You can change the Indic Transliteration language in compose page.
Press Ctrl+g to toggle between English and Hindi(or Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam)
Anu PS Fonts (telugu) in WIN XP SP2 (Telugu is the One of the most using Language in Andhra Pradesh, India) not working / not supporting for QuarkXPress 6, 7 and 8 versions? How use this?. Please send me details my mail [email protected]