How to Use Rupee INR Official Symbol in MS Word, Excel, Picasa

How to Type Rupee INR Official Symbol in MS Word, Excel, Picasa

Many Indian users are not much aware of using Indian Rupee Symbol in Microsoft Word, Excel and on collection of MS program. As like dollar symbol, we should use INR Indian rupee symbol in MS Office. This may quite a old trick for you guys. But still there are some people who don’t know to use Indian rupee symbol inside Word/Text file. So this article will guide you to Type Indian Rupee Symbol INR in MS Word. As the Indian Government announced the symbol for Indian currency lately, users mentioned the Indian currency as Indian rupees. And now it was changed to INR which is nothing but Indian currency. But still now, there is no announcement on ASCII code for Indian Currency Symbol INR. But you can find INR symbol on latest model keyboards. So the latest users can only use INR symbol? No, by using this method everyone can use INR symbol in their text file.

How to Type Rupee INR Official Symbol in MS Word, Excel, Picasa

Using Indian rupee symbol in MS word is quite simple. It can be done just by downloading a simple font for your Microsoft Office. So where you get that font? How to download it? How to Type Rupee Symbol in MS Word? You can get answers for the above questions below,

How to Download & Install INR Font for Windows?

Step 1: First Download Foradian Font.

Step 2: Now after downloading it just Extract the file and Install the Font by clicking the Install button.

Note for XP Users: Just Copy the Rupee_Foradian.tff file to C:WindowsFonts directory. That’s it!

How to Use INR symbol in MS Office, Picasa, etc.,

Use INR Symbol in MS Word

After installing the font on your system just press Tilt ~ Key. If you find this one as difficult, then Select the Foradian Font via Font Selection option.

Where can you use INR Symbol?

You can type the Indian Currency Symbol INR in MS Word 2007, MS Excel 2007, MS Word 2010, MS Excel 2010, MS Word 2013, MS Excel 2013 and even in Picasa Photo editor.

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