For Windows 98/ME/2000

For Windows XP and Above

For Linux

   
 

Settings for enabling Indian languages support on Windows 98/ME/2000.

   
 


If your Operating system is Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, then to get the support for Punjabi UNICODE font the following steps need to be performed:

   
 

Step 1: Download and Install the Internet Explorer version 6.0 from Microsoft website.

   
 

Step 2: Download the Punjabi UNICODE font and save it into the fonts folder inside the Windows folder. (It is recommended that you restart the system for registering the font properly)
Note: Unzip the zip file.



   
 

Step 3: Download the Latest Dll file for UNICODE support. Save the downloaded .exe file - double click on the file - give a temporary folder address - the program will extract a few files into the folder - of these 'usp.zip' is the one you will need - leave the other files as it is.

unzip usp.zip using Winzip program- it will give two files viz: usp10.dll and readme.txt and save usp10.dll into the Internet Explorer folder (where iexplore.exe resides) inside the Program Files Folder (For Example: C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer)

Note: 1: Make sure that no instance of Internet Explorer (browser) is running.
         2: Unzip the zip file.



 

 

Settings for enabling Indian languages on Windows XP.

Windows XP:

To type using Microsoft ME go to "Control Panel" and then click "Regional and Language Options". 

Click on "Languages" tab and check on the box which says "Install Files for complex scripts". 

This method will ask for Win XP CD. Put the CD in the CD drive and let the installation begin. 

Once the installation is complete boot the system if required and again go to 2nd step. 

Now click "Details" tab. Click on "Add" to add the languages of your choice. 

Click on the "Advanced" tab in the "Details" tab.

Uncheck the "Turn off advanced text services" in the "System Configuration".

Restart you machine.

A small "EN" will appear in the system tray. Left click on "EN" and choose the "PA" to start typing in Punjabi.