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Old 04-30-2007, 05:53 PM   #4
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I am having real problems, importing arabic text into quark 6.5. Can someone give me a definitive answer that i MUST have ArabicXT extension installed in order to do this successfully.

Also if anyone out there has experience of creating quark files from arabic it would be great to make contact.
I am not sure how XPress works with Arabic. There are some resources, though, like these:

QuarkXPress Middle Eastern Edition 6.5

Arabic Software.Net

Not sure, but it seems as if you need to use some specialized software. Have you asked your Quark representative about this?

   
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