In a previous article at Tech-Tips-Geek we discussed about how to create the new Indian Rupees font yourself and use them in any application in Windows. But the problem of the process was that every time you would need to copy the font in clipboard from the Character Map for using in Windows applications.
For convenience of your usage, Tech-Tips-Geek team has modified a font, Indian RS, so that you can use the Indian currency symbol by a single key stroke and won’t be required to copy every time the character when you use.
Download the font “Indian RS”:
How to install the Indian RS font in Windows
After downloading any one of the above archives, just extract that. Now navigate to C:> Windows> Fonts and paste the extracted font “Indian RS” there or drag and drop the font at that location.
It will show the installation progress.
You are done. Now you can use the font by pressing the key “Shift + 4”.
Note: The new Indian RS font is a modified version of “Georgia” font family. All the characters and symbol has been kept as it was in the original except the ‘$’ sign (Sift + 4). It has been replaced by the new Indian currency(Rupees) symbol.
How to use the font Indian RS
If you want to use the Indian currency(Rupees) symbol, change the font family to “Indian Rs” in your text editor. For example, if your are editing some thing in Notepad and want to use the new symbol then open notepad and go to “Format > Font” or press “Alt + O + F” to open the window that allows to change the font of your text editor.
Now select “Indian RS” by scrolling down the font names under the field “Font”, choose the font style and size then click okay.
Now type any text. To use the Indian rupees symbol press “Shift + 4”.
Let us know if you enjoyed the font by leaving your feedback in the comment section.
Note: This symbol will be shown if the font is installed in the computer.