I always thought it was very difficult to type
Gujarati or Hindi on my computer. Even more difficult thing was to be
able to share Gujarati or Hindi typed items with friends and family.
However the truth is- it is pretty easy to use Windows XP (you must
have Windows XP) for typing in Gujarati or Hindi. Thanks to Bill Gates
and Microsoft, there is extensive support for Indic Indian languages on
XP. Thanks to Siddharth Shah too who directed me to Dhaval Shah's
homepage for detailed instructions.
On the next five pages I am going to try to make it
simple for you to enable Gujarati on your desktop so now travel with me
for 5 minutes. If you are a lover of Gujarati like me, I am sure you
will jump in your chair with joy when you see Gujarati on your desktop.
Enjoy your installation journey. At the bottom of each page, you will
see link to the next set up step.
Important note: You will need
to reboot your computer during this process. So don't lose this page.
Put it in your Favorites list. (Hint: The short cut to add the current
page to your favorites- press CTRL+D)
Step 1: Go to Languages Options
Click here to go to Page
2 for Online Language Setup tutorial for Gujarati and Hindi on your