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#1 msrrahul

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Posted 02 January 2010 - 09:36 AM

i use to read news paper in hindi so sometimes i need to copy some paragraph in hindi from hindi news paper...my question is that after copying hindi text , i'l hv to paste it in some editor like ms word, but when i save this and open again the text displaying is not in hindi but some boxes... and i want to copy intact hindi text then save it to editor sothat in future i can read it...
i think i have made myself clear..........so plz tell how it'l be possible..??
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#2 mayank240

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Posted 16 January 2010 - 12:07 AM

This is because MS word is not supporting Hindi language.Try this,Go to Start-control panel-Regional and language options-Languages-Supplement language support-check mark both the options there and also go to details tab then advanced and check mark extend support of languages to all programs.
Also you can do hindi typing in MS word download Hindi Indic Inpput2 for here http://bhashaindia.com/downloads/pages/home.aspx for this you don't need to learn hindi typing.Installation help you can get from http://rajbhasha.nic.in/unicode_solution.pdf or you can use google also for this http://www.google.com/transliterate/




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