The Microsoft Office suite includes support for several international fonts. However, these fonts may not be installed if the most common options are selected when Office is installed on the computer. Office features that were not selected at the time of installation may be added at any time through the Windows control panel. Install the Hindi font from the Microsoft Office disc to gain the ability to type in Hindi in Microsoft Word.
Step1 Click the "Start" button, then click "Control Panel."
Double click "Add or Remove Programs" if you are running Windows XP or "Programs and Features" if you are running Windows Vista or 7.
Click the program list entry for the version of Microsoft Office that is installed, then click the "Change" button.
Step4 Select "Add or Remove Features," then click "Next" or "Continue."
Step5 Click the plus sign next to "Office Shared Features" to expand the category, then expand the "International Support" category.
Click "Hindi Font" or "Universal Font" depending on the Office version, then click "Run from My Computer."
Click "Continue" to finish installing the font. Insert the office disc if prompted, then return to the Control Panel window. If you are able to view Hindi fonts in Word, stop here. If you are not, you may need to enable support for complex fonts in Windows. Continue to the next step.
Step8 Double click "Regional and Language Options."
Step9 Click the "Languages" tab, then place a check in the box labeled "Install files for complex script and right-to-left languages." Click "OK" twice. If you are prompted to insert the Windows installation disc, insert the disc and click "OK."