TO insert Indian Rupee Symbol in Open Office

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How to insert Indian rupee symbol in open office in Linux ?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #88479

TO insert Indian Rupee Symbol in Open Office

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  • You will have to download ttf fonts of Indian rupee symbol.
  • You will get these formats when you search it on Google.
  • I will provide you a link from where you can download this .ttf format Symbol.
  • http://blog.foradian.com/font-with-indian-rupee-symbol-download-and-us
  • Extract it and follow the procedure:-
  • Click on ttf File, you will see an option in right side to install this Font. Click on install font option to install the Font.
  • Verdana, Times New Roman and Arial are the fonts in Linux to type Indian rupee symbol.
  • Now test the symbol. Press ~ on left side of keyboard. Just click Ctrl Alt Shift and then only ~ .
Answered By 0 points N/A #88480

TO insert Indian Rupee Symbol in Open Office

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Hi,

  1. First of all Download ttf fonts for Indian Rupee Symbol. Link to Download :- 
  2. Extract Fonts.zip. Using GUI or from Command. If You want to unzip file using command in Linux then unzip is the command (i.e. unzil Fonts.zip)
  3. In Fedora and Ubuntu Double Click on .ttf File. You will get a Option in Right Down Side “Install Font.” Click on Install Font for all three .ttf Files one by one and That’s It. You are done.Below is the screen shot for the same.

Installing Fonts in Linux Using Font Viewer

4) To Test that Fonts for Indian Rupee Symbol is installed or not We will use Open Office. Lets Use OpenOffice Writer to test it.

5) Click on Application -> Click on Office -> Click on OpenOffice.org Writer.

6) Right now Indian Rupee Symbol can Only be written in three fonts from which you have installed from Fonts.zip.

you can use: Verdana, Times New Roman and Arial to type Indian Rupee Symbol on Linux. See Screen Shot below:

7. Now PRESS  the ~  right above TAB Key and you will see the Indian Rupee Symbol into Openoffice Writer as shown in the screen .

Now do ENJOY

Steven

 

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