Avro is a free keyboard that is usually used to write Bangla mostly on web media. And it’s the keyboard that gets the most attenuation to write Bangla nowadays. When we write Bangla with avro, we actually write in Unicode Bangla. But in some cases, we need SutonnyMJ font that usually comes with the Bijoy keyboard. When you need to render Bangla like with Photoshop or Illustrator, you will need SutonnyMJ font or such type of font (ANSI Bangla Fonts). Its also possible with the Avro keyboard and I am going to show you How to write in SutonnyMJ font with Avro Keyboard.
Set Avro keyboard to write with SutonnyMJ font
First, we have To set the Avro keyboard in ANSI mode. To do so, click on the setting icon of the Avro keyboard and then click to “Output as ANSI (Are you sure?)”.
Avro Keyboard output as ANSI (image1)
After clicking, you will get a dialog box like below and from there, click on Use ANSI anyway
Set Avro to Use ANSI anyway (image2)
Now open the ms word program or where ever you want to write. In my case, I am opening MS word Program. Now, start writing, but see, there is no Bangla but other English later. Now we have to set a font like the Bijoy keyboard. Set SuttonyMJ font and make sure that the font is installed on your system. If you don’t know how, please have a look at how to set font.
How to back from ANSI to Unicode
If you need to back into the previous situation of Avro, I mean in Unicode mode, follow the process as of the first image and then click on “Output as Unicode (Recommended )”. And after that, you will be back to the regular mode of Avro with Unicode Bangla.