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I bought a MacBook pro last week and I installed Microsoft Office on it but when I want write Farsi (or Arabic) on it, it shows a seperate one (instead of سلام it show س ل ا م ) any one know how can i solve it?

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Unfortunately, Microsoft Office for Mac does not support RTL languages.

Pages and Nisus Writer are a few good alternatives, although I'm sure there are others.

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openoffice also support RTL I hope MS will solve this problem soon – Am1rr3zA Oct 8 '09 at 11:23
That's true. I revealed my bias by not listing it... I don't like OpenOffice, I find it not very usable. – Avi Flax Oct 8 '09 at 23:22
Anyway, isn't my answer correct? Can I get an accept? – Avi Flax Oct 8 '09 at 23:23

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