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    Word for Mac 2016 Now Supports Connected Arabic Script?

    Adding RTL capability to the products in the Mac Office suite is a costly investment which would further entail rewriting much of the existing code. I'm sure that once Microsoft is convinced that the return on that investment would make it worth their while that it will be done. Ask a question. User profile for user: salamzaidi salamzaidi. All replies Drop Down menu.

    Typing Arabic on Mac - Katib for Mac

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    Microsoft Word does not connect Arabic connecting letters - Microsoft Community

    May 30, PM in response to salamzaidi In response to salamzaidi If the letters do not join up, it sounds like you may be using MS Word for Mac, which simply can't do Arabic. Katib is a distraction-free text editor for right-to-left languages with Markdown support.

    Problem with Arabic letters in Mac

    Apple and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc. Mac App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. Features Download Help.

    Home Help Typing Arabic on Mac. Doing so is simple: Go to System Preferences In the left sidebar, locate the "Arabic" entry and select it. On the left sidebar, click on Input Source.