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click the “Next” (or “¨´³” in Tamil) to accept the pre-assigned (or default) values.

One of the options you can set during the installation is to place Anjal2000 in the start-up folder. The default setting is “yes”, that is, Anjal2000 will be placed in the start-up folder. It is highly recommended that you leave this as it is. This will ensure that Anjal2000 gets started automatically every time you start Windows (or your computer). Anjal must be running in your computer all the time in order for you to see Anjal fonts and compose Tamil text with these fonts.

Once the installation is complete, you may click the “Finish” (or “ÃíìÅ”) to close

the installer. You will now see an icon to start Murasu Anjal2000 on your desktop (see figure IN2).

Murasu Anjal2000 icon placed on the desktop. Note that there isn’t a box attached to the Murasu logo. Double click on this to start Anjal2000 for the first time.

If you had downloaded only the core Anjal package, you may install the plug-ins separately. Run the plug-ins package you downloaded (a2kplug.exe). This will invoke the Murasu Installer programme that will install all the files required, including Murasu Editor and Murasu Insert Text Editor.

If you have installed the “Anjal with plug-ins” package, you

plug-ins separately.

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If you have placed Anjal in the Windows start-up folder (see section on Installing Anjal2000), you do not have to start Anjal all the time. Windows will start it for you when it starts up. However, since you have just installed the software and your Windows system is still running, you will have to double click on the Anjal2000 icon (see figure IN2) to start Anjal manually. You will see Anjal’s setup screen as in figure SU1.

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