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  2. InPage - Wikipedia

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    InPage. InPage is a word processor and page layout software by Concept Software Pvt. Ltd., an Indian information technology company. It is used for languages such as Urdu, Arabic, Balti, Balochi, Burushaski, Pashto, Persian, Punjabi, Sindhi and Shina under Windows and macOS. It was first developed in 1994 and is primarily used for creating ...

  3. Nastaliq - Wikipedia

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    Windows 8 was the first version of Microsoft Windows to have native Nastaliq support, through Microsoft's "Urdu Typesetting" font. Text: نستعلیق in the font "Noto Nastaliq". Google has an open-source Nastaliq font called Noto Nastaliq Urdu. Apple provides this font on all Mac installations since macOS High Sierra.

  4. Help:Installing Japanese character sets - Wikipedia

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    Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10. Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 include native OS support for displaying Japanese text by default. To input Japanese on a non-Japanese version of the OS, however, the Japanese input method editor must be enabled from the Region and Language (Windows 7 and 8) or Regional and Language Options (Vista) section of the Control Panel.

  5. Adobe InDesign - Wikipedia

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    Adobe InDesign is a desktop publishing and page layout designing software application produced by Adobe and first released in 1999. It can be used to create works such as posters, flyers, brochures, magazines, newspapers, presentations, books and ebooks.

  6. List of typefaces included with Microsoft Windows - Wikipedia

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    Typeface Family Spacing Weights/Styles Target script Included from Can be installed on Example image Aharoni: Sans Serif: Proportional: Bold: Hebrew: XP, Vista

  7. GNU Unifont - Wikipedia

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    GNU Unifontis a free Unicodebitmap font created by Roman Czyborra. The main Unifont covers all of the Basic Multilingual Plane(BMP). The "upper" companion covers significant parts of the Supplementary Multilingual Plane(SMP). The "Unifont JP" companion contains Japanese kanjipresent in the JIS X 0213character set.

  8. Open-source Unicode typefaces - Wikipedia

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    The Free UCS Outline Fonts [1] (also known as freefont) is a font collection project. The project was started by Primož Peterlin and is currently administered by Steve White. The aim of this project has been to produce a package of fonts by collecting existing free fonts and special donations, to support as many Unicode characters as possible.

  9. Unicode in Microsoft Windows - Wikipedia

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    In various Windows families Windows NT based systems. Current Windows versions and all back to Windows XP and prior Windows NT (3.x, 4.0) are shipped with system libraries that support string encoding of two types: 16-bit "Unicode" (UTF-16 since Windows 2000) and a (sometimes multibyte) encoding called the "code page" (or incorrectly referred to as ANSI code page). 16-bit functions have names ...