Arial unicode font
Thread poster: Ziad Marzouka

Ziad Marzouka  Identity Verified
Local time: 21:52
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Dec 7, 2005

Dear colleagues,

This may sound a stupid question but I am really not that good when it comes to computers, so I would really appreciate any help. One of my clients asked me to translate a document using Arabic Arial unicode font. Is this is the usual Arial font that we can choose from the list of fonts on word? Please excuse my ignorance.
Thanks!

Ziad


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samehme
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Local time: 11:52
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Arial Unicode MS Dec 7, 2005

Hi Ziad,

You should use the "Arial Unicode MS" font. It comes standard with MS Word (Office) 2003.

Good luck,

Sameh


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