The question is where you wanna use the character.
In dialogs you can use the unicode sequence \u20b9 to show the new rupee sign.
In texts and fields it depends on the selected font if the sign is available or not.
I found several articles that stated to hold down ALT and enter 0096.
i want to use it in drop down list in Form Designer.
i can insert in microsoft office and everywhere else.
even here also ₹.
but font is not supported in Livecycle ES2. it shows squares.
I don't have that problem in Designer ES2 and was able to paste the rupee sign from the char map into the dropdown.
Make sure then font you use in Designer supports the rupee sign.
The question is what Unicode position the rupee sign is allocated in the specific font.
Check the char map of windows of locate the character and the copy it into Designer.
This only means that there is no description for this sign in the font, not that it doesn't exist.
Anyway, what happens, when you open your form in Reader/Acrobat?
Does it display also the square instead of the rupee sign?
Try my sample form too.
If it also doesn't show the sign, you may have to check your OS.
I use Foxit Reader.
but as you said i cant see anything, neither square blocks.
i can see ₹ sign in adobe acrobat!
but when i open it in Adobe Livecycle ES2, it again shows square blocks.
How to install Rupee font?
1. Download the Rupee.tff file
2. Copy the file to C:\Windows\Fonts directory.(for Windows XP users)
2. Right-click the file and choose “Install”. (for Windows 7/Vista users)