Wednesday, August 03, 2011
The symbol of Indian Rupee doesn’t have a Unicode character and it can take from a few days to a year for the new symbol to get accepted by the Unicode Consortium’s Unicode Technical Committee that is responsible for the development and maintenance of the Unicode Standard, including the Unicode Character Database.
Until then, you can use the Indian Rupee font designed by Foradian Technologies using (`) key of the keyboard.
How to install Rupee font?
1. Download the Rupee.tff file
2. Copy the file to C:\Windows\Fonts directory.(for Windows XP users)
2. Right-click the file and choose “Install”. (for Windows 7/Vista users)
Posted by Binu U Karuvatta at 11:23:00 AM