The easiest way to translate English numbers into Persian in PowerPoint

PowerPoint software, along with explanations in the form of text and instructional videos.

Problem writing numbers in Persian in PowerPoint:

One of the problems that may occur for any user is the problem of writing numbers in Persian in PowerPoint. If while typing numbers, you notice that although the language of the system is Persian, but it still types numbers in English, you must first make sure that Persian language is installed on your system.

To make sure the font is installed or not? Check the Font option from the Home tab. If the font is installed, by selecting one of the fonts, for example BZar or B lotus, you can return the numbers in Persian.



Before beginning any explanation, it is worth mentioning that the methods used in PowerPoint are different due to the different versions.

Persian writing of numbers in PowerPoint 2010 is as follows:

To translate numbers in PowerPoint 2010, you must make the following settings from the control panel.

  1. First, the control panel Brig.
  2. Then  select the region or the option  change date, time or number forma t
  3. In the region settings that appear, select the additional setting  option
  4. Finally, in the last option, use native digits, the context option is selected and the numbers are converted to Persian.


It is worth mentioning that:

After resetting, you have to enter the numbers you want with the Persian keyboard in PowerPoint because the previous format was Latin by default.
Also, for a more comprehensive teaching of this subject, we have provided an instructional video for users to learn more, which can include all the questions of the users in a visual form.

Yet another jQuery plugin which converts English numbers within a specific container to Persian/Arabic and vice versa.

How to use it:

1. Insert the minified version of the jQuery persianNum plugin’s script after jQuery library.

2         integrity="sha384-nvAa0+6Qg9clwYCGGPpDQLVpLNn0fRaROjHqs13t4Ggj3Ez50XnGQqc/r8MhnRDZ"
3         crossorigin="anonymous">
4 </script>
5 <script src="persianNum.jquery.js"></script>

2. Covert English numbers to Persian.

1 $('body').persianNum();

3. Covert English numbers to Arabic.

1 $('body').persianNum({
2   numberType:'arabic'
3 });

4. Covert Arabic/Persian numbers to English.

1 $('body').persianNum({
2   numberType:'decimal'
3 });

5. Specify an array of HTML tags to ignore.

1 $('body').persianNum({
2   forbiddenTag: ['SCRIPT','STYLE']
3 });

6. Specify an array of CSS selectors to ignore.

1 $('body').persianNum({
2   forbiddenClass: ['EnglishNum']
3 });

Change log:


  • v2


  • Compatibility for jquery 3.x

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