[texhax] Need your advice

Axel E. Retif axel.retif at mac.com
Mon Jun 9 22:56:38 CEST 2008

On Jun 9, 2008, at 13:42, Nader Fard wrote:

> Dear Sirs,
> I work for an Iranian Christian charity in the UK who publishes  
> literature in Persian. I heard about Tex software through one of my  
> friends who is a semi professional typesetter and downloaded the  
> program and started working with it. I have some computer skills  
> and kind of found my ways around it but still I am a beginner and  
> would like to become a professional typesetter. Typesetting of the  
> scriptures and the books has always been the bottleneck for our  
> publications and we are kind of fed up with it. We tried indesign  
> but it didn't work for us. I was wondering if there would be any  
> training courses which I could take. I am ready to pay for the  
> training and would be grateful if you could kindly advice me on  
> this. Are there any training courses available in the UK?

The UK has a great TeX and typographical traditions, so I'm sure  
you'll find what you need to succeed as a professional typesetter. My  
only advice is to take a look at XeTeX:


chances are you already have it installed.



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