INDIAN RUPEE SYMBOL : FONT for Download and How to Use it

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  1. EagleOne

    EagleOne Regular Member

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    Step by Step Guide:

    1. Download the Rupee font from blog.foradian.com
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    2. Copy the file, where ever you have saved it, and paste it in C:/Windows/Font folder. In my case, I saved it in Desktop, as you can see in the image
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    3. Open a Blank/New Word document, type the key in the keyboard which is just above the Tab key, and which looks like `. Now Right Click on it and select fonts as in the image below
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    4. Select Font: Rupee Foradian and click OK. Bingo! you are done!!!
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    To use it in MS Excel, please do the following:

    5. Open a Blank/New Excel document, type the key in the keyboard which is just above the Tab key, and which looks like `. Now Right Click on it and select Format Cells... as in the image below
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    6. Map it to Rupee Foradian, and you are done
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    7. Looks like this:
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  4. tarunraju

    tarunraju Moderator Moderator

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    Simply selecting "Install" for a font file installs it (copies to the Fonts folder, registers it).

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