2 What is Unicode?Unicode provides a unique number for every character, no matter what the platform, no matter what the program, no matter what the language.Unicode is a single character set that supports all characters from all scripts, as well as many symbols, that are in common use around the world today.Unicode is supported in many operating systems, browsers and many other software applications.
3 Quiz:Check your computer and determine the amount of RAM available to the CPU. How much RAM is in your computer? ________Determine the size of the hard drive on your computer. What is the total size of the hard drive in GB? ___________What is the used space of your hard drive in GB? _______What is the free space of your hard drive in GB? ________How many drive letters are shown in the window that appears? __________Use the Display Properties settings tab to record the current settings on your PCThe horizontal resolution is ____________The vertical resolution is ____________The color quality value is ____________Which version of Windows XP and service pack is installed on your computer? ___________Determine the version of Microsoft Office application? __________
4 Minimum System Requirement for Windows Operating System ComponentsWindows XPWindows VistaWindows 7Computer ProcessorPentium 233 MHz processor or faster1 GHz or fasterMemoryAt least 128 MB of RAM512 MB of RAM1 GB of RAMHard Disk spaceAt least 1.5 GB of available space on hard disk15 GB of available disk space16 GB of available disk spaceDisplaySuper VGA (800X600) or higher resolutionSupport for DirectX graphicsDirectX 9 graphics devices with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver
5 Minimum System Requirement for MS Office Applications ComponentsOffice 2003Office 2007Office 2010Computer Processor233 MHz500 MHzMemory128 MB RAM256 MB RAMHard Disk400 MB2 GB3 GBDisplay800X6001024X7681024X576
6 Dzongkha Unicode Dzongkha Unicode Package which includes Dzongkha fontsDzongkha KeyboardDzongkha Uniscribe for Win XPDzongkha Local for Windows Vista/Win 7Converter (optional for other software users)Word template (optional for pecha making)Total File Size: 12 MBLatest updated version: October 2009
7 Removal of Dzongkha Unicode program Follow the following steps:Step 1: Remove Input Method (Right-click on EN Setting Icelandic Remove Apply, OK)Step 2: Uninstall Dzongkha Keyboard (Start Control Panel Add/Remove program Dzongkha Keyboard Remove) or Re-load keyboard setupStep 3: Remove Dzongkha fonts (Start Control Panel Font folder Delete Tsuig_04, Wangdi29, Jomolhari, DDC_Uchen, Sambhota)
8 Dzongkha Unicode Installation & Setup Install Dzongkha fontsOpen Dzongkha Font folderDouble click on DzongkhaFonts.msi. This will install only Jomolhari and DDC_Uchen.Select ‘other dzongkha fonts’ namely Tsuig_04, Joyig, SambhotaCopy selected other Dzongkha fonts by right click CopyGo to Control Panel Font folder (C:\Windows\Font\)Right-click Paste to install new fonts.
9 Installing Dzongkha Keyboard under Windows XP Open Dzongkha KeyboardsLocate Setup under Dzongkha keyboard folderDouble click on Setup to install the Dzongkha keyboardWait till the message displays.
10 Installing Dzongkha Keyboard under Windows XP Install Dzongkha LocaleOpen Locale folderDouble click on DZ-BT Locale.msi to install Dzongkha LocaleClick Next Next FinishInstall Dzongkha KeyboardLocate Setup under Dzongkha keyboard folderDouble click on Setup to install the Dzongkha keyboardWait till the message displays.
11 Configure Dzongkha Keyboard Input Method Click on Start Control PanelOpen Regional and Language OptionClick on Language Details AddChoose Icelandic under Input Language in place of English United State - USChoose Dzongkha Keyboard under Keyboard Layout in place of IcelandicClick OK Apply OK Apply OK
12 Installing Dzongkha in computer running Windows 7 or Windows Vista for Dzongkha Installation of Dzongkha fontsInsert and open the CDOn your CD, open the folder named Dzongkha Unicode 2010Then, under this, open the folder Dzongkha for Win Vista & 7The open the sub-folder named Dzongkha FontsIn that folder, press Ctrl+A to select all fonts. Then right-click on the files and choose Install. This will install the Dzongkha fonts on your computer.
13 Installation of Dzongkha Locale On your CD, using Windows Explorer navigate to the Dzongkha Unicode 2010\Dzongkha for Win Vista & 7 folder.In the Locale folder, double click on DZ-Bt-Locale. This will run the program to automatically install Dzongkha locale on your system.
14 Installation of Dzongkha Keyboard On your CD, using windows Explorer navigate to the Dzongkha Unicode 2010\Dzongkha for Win Vista & 7\ keyboard folder.In the Keyboard folder, double click on the setup.exe file. This program will automatically install Dzongkha keyboard on your system. It will then be accessible in the language bar in the taskbar located at the bottom of your screen under “OL”.
15 Installing Dzongkha in computer running Windows XP Installation of Dzongkha fontsClick the Start button located at the bottom left-hand corner of your screen. Then choose and click Control Panel.In the Control Panel window, make sure Classic View is selected, then double-click the Fonts folder icon.Go to File Install New Font.In the Add Fonts dialogue box, under Folders, browse to the Dzongkha Unicode 2010\Dzongkha for Windows XP\Font folder on the CD. Then click the Select All button to select all the fonts in that folder. Make sure the Copy fonts to Fonts folder check-box is ticked. Then click on the OK button to install the fonts.
16 Enabling Complex-Script Support On your computer go to Control Panel Regional and Language Options. Double-click the Regional and Language Options icon.In the Regional and Language Options dialogue, choose the Languages tab. Then, under Supplemental language support, tick the box next to the option Install Files for Complex script and right-to-left languages (including Thai). Then click OK.You will then see an Install Supplemental Language Support dialogue box. In this dialogue box, click the OK button. Then, in the Regional and Language Options dialogue box, click Apply.Next you will be prompted to insert a Windows XP CD so the necessary files can be copied to your computer. Insert your Windows CD and click on OK to copy the files.Once the files have been copied, you will be prompted to restart your computer. First make sure you remove your Windows XP CD and then click on Yes to restart your computer.
17 Updating Uniscribe on Windows XP On your CD navigate to the Dzongkha Unicode 2010\Dzongkha for Windows XP\Uniscribe folderIn the Uniscribe folder, double-click on the InstallUSP10Only.exe file to run the update utility.Click Browse to select the folder which contains the file named usp10.dll and click open. If you have Office2007 installed, the usp10.dll file with Dzongkha support will usually be located in the C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12 folder.When you click Update and the computer reports that the usp10.dll file is now updated, click OK.The computer may now give you a warning saying a system file has been replaced by an unrecoginized version and that you need to insert the original Window Installation CD to restore the original version. Do not insert your Windows CD, press Cancel instead. Cancelling the Option to revert to previous Uniscribe.Windows XP systems may then also warn you that replacing system files could cause your system to be unstable. Again, ignore this warning, and press Yes to keep the newer version of usp10.dllNow Restart your computer.
18 Installation of Dzongkha Keyboard on Windows XP On your CD, navigate to the Dzongkha Unicode 2010\Dzongkha for Windows XP\Keyboard folder.In the Keyboard folder, double-click the setup.exe file to run it. This setup program will automatically install Dzongkha keyboard files on your computer. Click close when the dialogue box saying Installation Complete is displayed.
19 Configuration of Dzongkha Keyboard on Windows XP When the keyboard files have been installed on your computer, go to Control Panel Regional and Language Options. Double-click the Regional and Language Options icon.Choose the languages tab and under Text Services and input languages, click on the Details button.Next under Installed Services, click on Add… to add a new keyboard.Select Input Language as Icelandic, tick the keyboardIME checkbox and then choose Dzongkha Keyboard as the keyboard.Then in the Text Services and Input Languages dialogue box, click on Apply.In the same dialogue box, under Preferences, click on Language Bar…In the Language Bar Settings dialogue box, tick Show Language Bar on the desktop and show additional Language bar icons on the taskbar. Click OK to exit the Language Bar Settings dialogue.Then click OK again to exit the Text Services and Input Languages dialogue and finally OK to exit the Regional and Languages Options dialogue.
20 Getting Started with MS Office Click on Start Programs MS Office Microsoft Office Word 2007Click on Font Face and select Tsuig_04Click on Font Size and select 28 pt.
21 Dzongkha Keyboard Layout Four StateNormal stateShift stateAltGr StateShift + AltGr state