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It can be used either by
1. Typing in one script in a field, which it will convert on the fly;
2. Copying and Pasting text in a field, which it will convert automatically;
3. Giving it a whole Unicode text file to convert;
4. Converting a list of Unicode files by using its Command Line Interface.
A key feature of the tool is its Module Development Console, which allows anyone to author, edit, and/or test new or existing transliteration modules.
Microsoft Transliteration Utility is freely available for public download at http://www.microsoft.com/globaldev/tools/translit.mspx.
It comes with nine modules ready for use (and you can create your own modules):
Bosnian Cyrillic to Latin
Bosnian Latin to Cyrillic
Serbian Cyrillic to Latin
Serbian Latin to Cyrillic
Hangul to Romanization
Inuktitut to Romanization
Romanization to Inuktitut
Malayalam to Romanization
Romanization to Malayalam
This is really a cool tool or, to say it in Malayalam script, ഠിസ് ഇസ് രെഅല്ല്യ് അ ചോല് റ്റോല്, or in Cyrillic script: Тхис ис реаллy а цоол тоол!
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