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For example, when Arabic is selected as the display language in Office you see the following display:.
The menus are displayed right to left. If the Windows display language is still set to English, the title bar remains in English and the Close , Minimize , and Maximize buttons remain in the upper-right corner as they do in a left-to-right interface. If you work primarily in a left-to-right language but sometimes need to insert text in a right-to-left language, you can select your left-to-right language such as English for your display language and type in the right-to-left language in most of the Office programs when you want to.
To do this, Set right-to-left text, bullets, and numbering for the editing area and enable the keyboard layout. You can change the text direction from within a Microsoft Office program by choosing the Right-to-left paragraph button in the Paragraph group on the Home tab this only appears if you have a right-to-left language enabled.
Even after changing your display to appear in a right-to-left language, you must have the appropriate keyboard language enabled to enter text in that language. If your usual display language is English but you want to change it to an Arabic dialect, do the following:.
In the Choose Editing Languages table, make sure the newly added Arabic dialect is highlighted and then choose Set as Default. When you set the newly assigned editing language as the default, it becomes the default for all your Microsoft Office programs. To type using a particular language's native keyboard, you must add the appropriate keyboard layout. For instruction on how to add an additional keyboard language see Change the language of Microsoft Office.
After adding a keyboard layout for another language, a language indicator called the "Language bar" appears on the taskbar, next to the clock, and displays the current keyboard language. For example, in Windows 10, the language indicator for Hebrew is. The Language bar appears automatically after adding a keyboard for at least one language in addition to English in the Text Services and Input Languages dialog box in Microsoft Windows.
You can choose a character from one of the right-to-left or left-to-right language font pages, copy it to the Clipboard, and then insert the character in your document. For more information about how to use the Character Map to enter text, see Using special characters Character Map. Depending on which languages you need, you may also be able to enter small amounts of text by using the Symbol gallery, see Insert a check mark or other symbol.
When both left-to-right and right-to-left languages are enabled, the Left-to-right and Right-to-left paragraph buttons are enabled on the ribbon in most of the Office programs.
When you click these buttons, you can change the direction of text when entering and justifying text. Text in a cell or field can be left-aligned, center-aligned, or right-aligned. In some programs, such as Access and Excel, text can also have Context text direction. You can override Context text direction and switch to Left, Center, or Right text direction for individual objects. Many right-to-left or combined right-to-left and left-to-right programs apply context rules that control text direction and the reading order of text.
Boxes, lists, and other elements control the context rules for the text that they contain. If the first strong character is left-to-right, the reading order is also left-to-right, and the text is left-aligned. If the first strong character is right-to-left, the reading order is also right-to-left, and the text is right-aligned.
If only neutral characters are typed, both the reading order and the direction follow the paragraph direction which can be either left-to-right or right-to-left until the first strong character is typed.
Any time you change the first strong character from a left-to-right language to a right-to-left language or vice versa , both the reading order and the text direction change accordingly.
In Word and other word-processing programs,you can select, find, and replace individual diacritics and individual Arabic characters regardless of whether they are ligated. Each ligature and diacritic is managed as a discrete unit of a right-to-left language word. The following example shows selecting an Arabic word that has a three-character ligature as each character is selected. For example, the Match case and Find whole words only options do not work for scripts in these languages. You may need learn a few rules on how to type Gujarati with Unicode fonts if you don't know how.
There are no special procedures to type Gujarati in Microsoft Office. The rules for typing Gujarati are the same for all programs.
The reason is Unicode is supported by the Operating System, not the individual application.
You can see that all 3 use the Shruti font. The rules of typing are the same for all three. Microsoft Office does not use any special fonts for typing Gujarati. As long as a Gujarati font is a Unicode font and compatible with Windows, than you can use it in Microsoft Office. Many Linux fonts can be used with Microsoft Office.
I have collected some Gujarati Unicode fonts that are compatible with Microsoft Office.