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How can I have bullet list numbers in a different language?

For ex, I want to have numbers in Bengali. Which is like ১, ২, ৩, ৪, ...

I can see English, Roman, Arabic is supported. But I can't see how to make a custom number list.

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Which version of word? 2010? – AthomSfere Mar 23 '13 at 17:22

Have you tried setting the document language to Bengali? (Tools -> Language -> Set Language?)

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Yes, that does not help. – oazabir Mar 23 '13 at 19:23

1st install sutonnnymj fonts on your c drive. it should be in c drive>windows>fonts..just download the font and copy the fonts to the folder i mentioned. then open your word file and search sutonnymj on your font style. then type 1) should be like ১) , if you r using Avro, i suggest u should avoid it and try Bijoy..then it should work..

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Your answer seems to assume some prior knowledge. What is "sutonnnymj", "Avro" and "Bijoy"? And where is one supposed to get them? – user 99572 is fine May 16 at 21:21

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