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Add the language you want to your operating system. Add an input source for that language. After you've followed these steps to enable typing in a bi-directional language, you can also configure specific bi-directional features in Word.
To ensure that you have access to all the bi-directional language features in Office for Mac, check that you have the latest updates installed before proceeding. Follow the instructions at Check for Office for Mac updates automaticallyand click Check for Updates in step 3.
The Office for Mac user interface changes based on your operating system language preferences.
Here's how to change the language of your operating system: Click the Apple menu, and then click System Preferences. If you want to change the default language of your operating system to the new language, select Use [Language Name].
You can also make a language you've added the primary language by dragging it to the top of the list of preferred languages. If the language you added can't be typed using your operating system's current keyboard preferences, a list of available input menus that will support the language you added will appear.
You can choose to add a new input menu to support the new language you added now, or you can add it later in Keyboard Preferences.
If you didn't add an input source for a bi-directional language when you added the language to your operating system, you can still go back and add an input source that will support typing and editing text in that language. The Show Input menu in menu bar check box is automatically selected when you add a new input menu, which will allow you to easily switch between input sources.
The bi-directional language features in Office for Mac work only with the keyboards included with the Mac operating system, not with keyboards downloaded from third parties on the Internet.
After you've added the language and input source to your operating system, restart Office.If you’re having problems with Office for Mac especially Outlook crashes, Word crashing or Office crashing in Sierra or High Sierra, here’s a comprehensive list of solutions to repair Office on Mac.
I am looking for a way to change Numerals in Excel globally the way done in Word by going to options - Advance - Numerals which gives 4 options to change the Numerals: System, Arabic, Hindi and Context. Make sure you have activated an appropriate Arabic, Persian or other regional keyboard in the Windows Control Panel ; Open Word , then click the circular Office icon in the upper left.
In the new window, click the Word Options button in the lower right corner. Click Advanced in the left menu. Mar 18, · Hello Saeed & John, I am going to talk about option B, you need to open any windows PC that have office, open new document, write something in Arabic and make sure that you change the text direction to RTL.
Devoted to tips and other info on how to use your Mac to read and write languages other than English. Monday, November 15, MS Office Language Support The Help for Office for Mac provides the following list . Aug 28, · Hi there, I tried many ways to write arabic in Microsoft office in Mac.
I downloaded arabic fonts but still I cannot write. The curser does not move to write side to write ashio-midori.com: Resolved.