Nan Harbison noted: >>1. You can get free Nepali fonts on the web: >>2. You can copy and paste Nepali into a web page. >>3. In order to integrate foreign scripts into your computer ... Hi Nan, <Big Caveat> This is not the kind of stuff I generally work with. </ Big Caveat> Sorry, but I think the above may be taking you down a rabbit hole. ;-) IIRC, I thought the goal was to offer a few of your current pages ... but offer them in Nepali. Setting the correct headers (UTF-8 is generally a good choice for character sets involving non Latin-1 symbols) and pasting in the content from your company's Nepali expert should do the trick and get you to something resembling the BBC pages Brent highlighted. I would screenshot a test page constructed in that fashion and run it back by your local Nepali wizard to ask if that looked okay. I believe the Nittany Lion's suggestions above might be part of the correct sequence for some mulilingual polyglot (or a native Nepalese buying a new computer in State College, PA) to use in order to modify their computer so that they can now construct spreadsheets, email, and word processing documents in their "native" Nepali. I didn't think that was your plan. I would also worry that modifying your computer in that way may impact your ability to properly test the new Nepali pages as-if you were a normal user. Cheers, RonL.