3 Replies Latest reply on Jan 19, 2017 10:11 PM by Zaid Al Hilali

    translating into Arabic in InDesign


      I am copying and pasting a document in Arabic from Word to InDesign CC 2015, the US version. I am using the Adobe Arabic font that the app came with and have the Adobe World-Ready Paragraph Composer checked in the Paragraphs palette. My text boxes are right justified and I can flow the text in right to left but the punctuation is backwards and in the wrong places. I've been told that I need to use the Middle East version of InDesign CC and that I will need to uninstall the US version to do so. Since I am only using Arabic for this single document, I don't really want to go to the trouble of uninstalling and reinstalling. Is there anything that I'm missing? Is there an easier way to get the punctuation to work properly?