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Hi everyone, I need help please,

When I open a new documents I have "Adobe arabic" set by default, there's anyone who know how to change it and choose others settinng's 

Thnaks you so much 

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Correct answer by Zaid Al Hilali | Adobe Community Professional

I'm copying an old post of mine here, you need to watch out for Illustrator version differences, but generally, I believe it is going to be the same steps. Here is the old post…

In Adobe InDesign, we change application defaults by simply closing any open documents, change the font to Gill Sans, change paragraph directions, dictionary language, and any other formatting. From there on, any new document you create in InDesign will remember your new defaults that suit Latin language users, but this is only in InDesign.

In Illustrator however it is a longer issue, to my knowledge you need to change your file profile. For instance, if you use the "Print" profile, you will have to change all defaults in a new document, name this new document as Print.ai to replace the one that comes "out of the box" with Illustrator.

Check this link of how to change Illustrator defaults on your Mac or Windows machine. I also prepared a video a few years ago which may help you perform this task.

 

Another thing, if you want, you may download another English version of Illustrator on your machine so that you end up with two Illustrator applications on the machine, one has Arabic as default Language and settings, and the other version has English as default Language and settings.

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Hi everyone, I need help please,

When I open a new documents I have "Adobe arabic" set by default, there's anyone who know how to change it and choose others settinng's 

Thnaks you so much 

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Correct answer by Zaid Al Hilali | Adobe Community Professional

I'm copying an old post of mine here, you need to watch out for Illustrator version differences, but generally, I believe it is going to be the same steps. Here is the old post…

In Adobe InDesign, we change application defaults by simply closing any open documents, change the font to Gill Sans, change paragraph directions, dictionary language, and any other formatting. From there on, any new document you create in InDesign will remember your new defaults that suit Latin language users, but this is only in InDesign.

In Illustrator however it is a longer issue, to my knowledge you need to change your file profile. For instance, if you use the "Print" profile, you will have to change all defaults in a new document, name this new document as Print.ai to replace the one that comes "out of the box" with Illustrator.

Check this link of how to change Illustrator defaults on your Mac or Windows machine. I also prepared a video a few years ago which may help you perform this task.

 

Another thing, if you want, you may download another English version of Illustrator on your machine so that you end up with two Illustrator applications on the machine, one has Arabic as default Language and settings, and the other version has English as default Language and settings.

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I'm copying an old post of mine here, you need to watch out for Illustrator version differences, but generally, I believe it is going to be the same steps. Here is the old post…

In Adobe InDesign, we change application defaults by simply closing any open documents, change the font to Gill Sans, change paragraph directions, dictionary language, and any other formatting. From there on, any new document you create in InDesign will remember your new defaults that suit Latin language users, but this is only in InDesign.

In Illustrator however it is a longer issue, to my knowledge you need to change your file profile. For instance, if you use the "Print" profile, you will have to change all defaults in a new document, name this new document as Print.ai to replace the one that comes "out of the box" with Illustrator.

Check this link of how to change Illustrator defaults on your Mac or Windows machine. I also prepared a video a few years ago which may help you perform this task.

 

Another thing, if you want, you may download another English version of Illustrator on your machine so that you end up with two Illustrator applications on the machine, one has Arabic as default Language and settings, and the other version has English as default Language and settings.

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