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How to add arabic language support to the "Adobe Master collection CS4"

Posted on 2009-03-29
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I have Adobe Master collection CS4 installed on my PC, (not ME version) and want to write in arabic, the arabic letters appear, but separated (each character alone - not joined together)

Is there any work around to fix this iussue!

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 i think you must have me version
 same other languages, for example Chinese version. you cannot write Chinese in English version, you must have Chinese version. this why Adobe released different  versions to support other languages  

i hope this help
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