Arabic Language importing to Indesign CS2

arkay_desai

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Hi All,
Frequently our customers are supplying Arabic wordings in Excel format. Presently I am working with Adobe CS2 and I am unable to place Arabic words to In design.
I am converting to EPS file then importing to Indesign. But here I cant change formats after importing EPS file. Can any one know how to work Arabic Language?

Thanks in advance

Arkay
 

Lukas Engqvist

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To get world language composer, wich is what you need to use a contextual right to left script your best option is to uppgrade to CS4 or CS5. If you must stay with CS2 you will need to have a CS2 ME (middle east) wich will be very hard to find and possibly more expensive than an uppgrade.
Once you have a CS4 you can create approprate paragraph style to enable arabic.
 

sallak

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if u can write arabic, use CorelDraw first, as u can use arabic there
u need to install arabic fonts to your PC
 

arkay_desai

Well-known member
Hi Lukas, Thanks for your reply. Presently I am planning to upgrade to CS5 instead of ME. Hope it will worth with work.
 

CHM

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To get world language composer, wich is what you need to use a contextual right to left script your best option is to uppgrade to CS4 or CS5. If you must stay with CS2 you will need to have a CS2 ME (middle east) wich will be very hard to find and possibly more expensive than an uppgrade.
Once you have a CS4 you can create approprate paragraph style to enable arabic.

If i am not mistaken, you stil need to buy the ME version to be abel to use live arabic text. Even in CS4 and CS5.
Here is the website:
Adobe Printing Software and Digital Imaging Software in specific languages - WinSoft International
 

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