Download font Limon the older font Khmer for your computer to fix your document readable
Font Limon is an older font Khmer that has been used in general before font Khmer Unicode released. The Limon font created in 1994 by Sath SokhaMony & Chhit WornNarith (Limon Group). The Limon font not popular for using anymore but if you open an old document that typed with Limon font with a new computer, your document will not readable. To fix the problem, you can download font Limon Khmer font for your computer to make your old document readable.
Nowadays, many designers still use font Limon for their projects because most computer programs supported font Limon better than Khmer Unicode fonts.
You can download font Limon package from the line below:
the computer program such as Graphic design software like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Video editor software do not support font Khmer Unicode, so we still need the font Limon to type Khmer text in the project.
Font Khmer Limon Keyboard Layout
You will need to learn about font Limon typing skill to be able to edit or make change a document that using Limon font. To help you quickly find the character of Limon font on the keyboard, I have attached the picture of the Limon Keyboard layout as below:
How to convert a document that using Limon font to font Khmer Unicode
I have also written an article about how to convert font Limon to Font Unicode by installing PAN Colocalization on Microsoft Word. If you have never learned about Limon font typing skill and you want to edit a document that typed with Limon font, you can convert it o font Khmer Unicode. And also you can learn more about how to download and install PAN Colocalization Package for Microsoft Office please read:
I appreciate you for taking time your time to read this post. I hope that this post could help you easier to get the font Limon for your computer to fix could readable document that using Limon font. If you have any problem of installing process please fell free to leave your comment below, then I will help you to fix it. If you enjoy this post, please like and share this post with another friend.
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