Rupee symbol in ms academy website using rupakara font

I have used the Indian Rupee symbol in Management Scholars Academy website to quote the course fee for our PMP boot camp here http://msacademy.in/pmp-rupakara.htm using rupakara font. Rupakara is a new font created by Michael Everson to give support to the newly invented Indian Rupee Sign, which has been assigned to U+20B9 by Unicode. You can see the rupee symbol in my site only if you have the rupakara font installed in your computer. You can download the font for free from here http://www.evertype.com/fonts/rupakara/

(How to install and use in MS Word etc: Download the rupakara.zip file to your computer. Unzip the file. Copy the 4 files with extension .ttf Find the fonts folder through windows control panel. Paste the 4 files into the fonts folder. Now the font is installed.

Once installed you can use it to type the rupee symbol in word, excel etc. This part is not straight forward one key press. You have to change the font to rupakara in MS word and type the keys “20B9 Alt X” in that sequence. You can also go to “Insert” “Symbol” find the rupee symbol and then insert it into the document.


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Ganapathy Subramanian, Founder and CEO of MS Academy has a B.E degree from CEG Anna University. After 20 years in IT industry, he left a senior management position to pursue and lead his dream project - Management Scholars Academy. In his successful IT career, Ganapathy has been VP-HR at Polaris FT Ltd and Director-Projects at CSC India Pvt Ltd. He has designed, developed, and deployed many innovative leadership training programs, PM competency diagnostics frameworks, and performance management systems for project managers. These programs helped the corporates build PM competency and excel in project management practices. Ganapathy has traveled extensively in the US, UK, Japan and Singapore as a consultant for AT&T, Lucent, Citibank, CSC, Unilever and Visa. Ganapathy has been a mentor to many project managers in CSC, Polaris and now to hundreds of PMs through MS Academy. He has coached many PMs to appear and get the PMP certification. The reason MS Academy's PMP training program has become so popular so quickly is that the trainers give personal time and attention during and after the boot camp and guide the PMP aspirants step by step towards their goal. Please visit http://www.msacademy.in/ or contact ganapathy@msacademy.in for further details.

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[…] Follow-up, 22 August: Some folks at the Management Scholars Academy of India have blogged about using Rupakara. […]


Ganapathy Subramanian
August 22nd, 2010

Thanks Mr.Everson


pratap
October 16th, 2010

http://blog2wptest.blogspot.com/
Download Arial and Times new Roman font with Rs. symbol from the website above

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