- Register: To register the "Hindi Fonts Converter and Editor" click on the "Enter Activation Key" Button and fill the Registeration Detail with the Activation Code.
- Buy : You have to Buy "Hindi Fonts Converter and Editor" to get Activation Code. You Can Buy it From our Site by Clicking on "Buy Activation Key" button.
- Try It : You can use demo version of "Hindi Fonts Converter and Editor" by clicking on "Continue in Demo Version" Button
Unicode Editor : You can use Editor Mode for typing editing Hindi Unicode (Mangal) in Kruti and Shusha Keyboard layout it means all popular keyboard layout like Remington and Semi-Phoenetic is supported by Hindi Fonts Converterfor Typing in Mangal or Arial Unicode MS. It also has an Onscreen Keyboard Special Characters Chart, if someone doesn't know any type of keyboard can use onscreen keyboard Special Characters Chart . You can also Preview your typed text in MS Word, Notepad and HTML Browser and can save the same.
Enable Remington (Kruti) layout for typing Hindi in Unicode Mangal font as Kruti Style of typing press Ctrl+Shift+R. Confirm Alert Message appears, click ok and Start typing.
Editing Exist RTF/TXT files: To edit any exist RTF/TXT file click on Open from File Menu or Press Ctrl O to choose file from Open Dialog box in Unicode Editor. Edit and save your file.
Language: You can change language to get accurate text. Click Tools menu and Language sub menu to choose Marathi or Hindi for other Devnagri Script like Nepali, Konkani, Maithili, Bhojpuri etc. You can also right click on Unicode Editor to change the language.
You can change Editor Font to Arial Unicode MS or Mangal.
Saving Unicode Text in RTF/TXT Format: To save the typed Unicode texts in RTF/TXT file just press Ctrl+S or click Save As from File Menu and enter file name in Save Dialog Box.
Preview: You can take preview of typed Unicode Mangal text in Notepad/MS Word/Web Browser by clicking on Preview Button.
Printing Text: To print simply press Ctrl+P or click on Print from File Menu. Print Dialog box appears choose Printer Name and press Print.
Onscreen Keyboard: you can see an onscreen keyboard; it helps you to insert Unicode text if you do not know any type of Hindi typing.
Special Characters: In Unicode Editor can be inserted by clicking on characters button or by their assigned value.
Conversion Process to convert your document into Unicode simply open your document into Source Text by pressing "OPEN RTF/TXT FILE" button or you can directly paste your text in Source Text Area. You can also append many files.
After that just press "START CONVERSION" button or press Ctrl+Shift+C and a dialogue box named "Select Conversion Type" appears. Choose your desired conversion options and press "Convert".
Language : Select Marathi if your source text is in Marathi Language so that you can get accurate conversion. For example in Marathi English full stop is used as Poorna viram not Danda and some characters will not be converted if you choose Hindi for Marathi Language. So, it is recommended to select correct Language. For other Devnagri script select Hindi.
Source Font : Select the source font of your source text. If your text is in Shusha or Shivaji, you can select either Shusha or Shivaji.
Select Conversion Option : Hindi Fonts Converter and Editor supports Four types of conversion:
- Remington to Unicode e.g. Kruti to Mangal or Walkman-Chanakya to Mangal
- Semi-Phoenetic to Unicode e.g. Shivaji to Mangal or Shusha to Mangal
- Remington to Semi-Phoenetic e.g. Kruti to Shusha or Kruti to Shivaji
- Semi-Phoenetic to Remington e.g. Shusha to Kruti or Shivaji to Kruti
So, select your correct conversion type before conversion.
You can hide "Select Conversion Type" dialog box if you want to use current selected conversion settings for further process. You can show "Select Conversion Type" dialog box by clicking on Tools Menu then "Show Select Conversion Type" or click Options button from toolbar on it. Remember if your source document is a text file then never enable "Leave English" because source text area will not recognize the format or font. It means for conversion it is compulsory that your source text appears in correct font otherwise Conversion Treat it as English text and skip conversion. In this case, unchecked the "Leave English" and start conversion, you will get the conversion correctly.
You can change Default Settings of Hindi Fonts Converter By Clicking on Options Button. If you want to set Editor or Converter as a Default Screen, just click on Options Button and change the setting and Press Save Button.
Go to Help Menu. Now click on Unregister It option.
Step 1 : Unregister from current PC.
Step 2 : Install the software on new PC and Register it with same Activation Key.