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How can I represent Hindi fonts in a vb textbox?
If I type in English how can it be displayed in Hindi?
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if you have hindi fonts installed on your m/c simply set font name of the control to that particular font and it will automatically takes input in that font. on my m/c i have gurbandhi hindi fonts. you can download them from http://www.sikhnet.com/s/SGGS-Fonts
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