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I am trying to use bengali writing product AVRO but since it uses UNICODE by default so working with ADOBE products like photoshop, pagemaker, etc. are not working at all. When i change the mode to ANSI then AVRO works but i also have to change the font to ANSI coded font(unicoded fonts dont work). Now it will be very kind if someone help me with any one of them, please i really need the answer -

1) Collection of Bengali ANSI coded fonts(which i searched but unsuccessful to find any).

or

2) Method to convert these UNICODE fonts to ANSI fonts(if its possible, I dont know actually)

or

3) A workaround to use them on Adobe products and still using the unicoded fonts.

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"ANSI" is not a charset. – Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams Jan 24 '13 at 5:03
    
Sorry my knowledge in encoding etc is very low. I just tried to explain the problem so i told what i know. – Arin Chakraborty Jan 24 '13 at 11:21
    
There are some ANSI fonts available on the app's site, did you bother to try them? – Karan Jan 27 '13 at 18:53
    
Yes, i have checked that already and with just 2 fonts installed which look just the same, its same as having nothing. Hope you understand thats why i asked for the other two options if possible. Its so frustrating – Arin Chakraborty Jan 27 '13 at 19:11

Windows does not have an ANSI Bengali codepage. If your applications do not support Unicode, you won’t be able to display Bengali text in them.

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