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Is there any way to determine gujarati characters using Microsoft Office Document Imaging DLL(Dynamic Link library)
 
Please help me even if there is some other way with english to gujarati characters.
 
I m coding in c# Asp.net
Posted 13-Sep-12 2:44am

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I have found that the Gujarati Microsoft Office Language Pack is available here:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/language-packs/[^].
 
(It was relatively difficult for me to identify it as I never learned to recognize the spelling of the word "Gujarātī" in Gujarati: ગુજરાતી. So, I had to find this spelling in Wikipedia and vaguely remember it while looking through the list box on this page; please appreciate my efforts Smile | :) )
 
You need to use "Select a language" list box to locate the language (as I did) and then use "Download" button to download it. It may or may not resolve your problem, because I know that not all language packs contain localizations of each and every Office component. If you cannot find MODI localization in this language pack, you can only appeal to Microsoft to find resources for covering this issue Smile | :) .
 
Good luck,
—SA
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aspnet_regiis at 13-Sep-12 14:33pm
   
SA .. I really appreciate your efforts . I thank you on behalf of the OP.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 13-Sep-12 14:52pm
   
Thank you. (But OP wants something else, please see below. I wish inquirers provided relevant information and expressed concerns in first place :-)
--SA
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 13-Sep-12 14:42pm
   
[OP commented:]
 
Thanks for the answer I try to apply it but if there is some code with which you can help me.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 13-Sep-12 14:49pm
   
Sorry, but you did not formulate any questions or express any concerns which would require some code samples. You also did not formulate your goals, so I would not know what to help with. The question looks like you know how to use MODI, otherwise you would ask about it. I suggest you ask a separate question (better don't mention Gujarati so people would not think this is re-post) and ask about some MODI directions and/or some references with sample code, but I also suggest you read on the topic thoroughly before resorting to asking CodeProject questions.
 
Also, please don't add a solution when you post is not a solution. You should have add a comment to my answer. You also can comment on existing comments or use "Improve question". The non-answers posted as solutions should be removed, nobody gets any notifications. Also, I can see you already got 3 down-votes on this false "solution", so I'll better removed it now to avoid further down-votes.
 
As to my answer, I hope you will accept it formally (green button) as I already answered your question exactly and in full -- thank you.
 
Good luck,
--SA
aspnet_regiis at 13-Sep-12 14:56pm
   
Nevermind. The OP expects spoon feeding and I am against it.. What a real developer needs is a direction and guidance from experienced people like you whenever stuck.
 
I agree your solution answers the question in full...
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 13-Sep-12 16:58pm
   
It all depends on the case. Some beginners is some fields always can get benefits of detailed explanations of some key moments, but only if it does not replace their own thinking. As the the present question, I see nothing specifically wrong. It's just that the follow-up question on how to use MODI in general goes beyond the problem of particular language support and needs preliminary investigation by OP. The help is the best when someone got stuck, as you pointed out very correctly. If someone starts from working by oneself, such person is much better prepared for understanding of helping material.
 
Thank you.
--SA
chandni0422 at 14-Sep-12 3:02am
   
Ok thanx :)
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 14-Sep-12 3:05am
   
My pleasure.
How about accepting the answer formally (green button)? -- after all, I answered it in full.
--SA

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