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InPage is a page layout software for languages such as Urdu, Persian, Pashto and Arabic under which was first developed in 1994. It is primarily used for crting pages in the language of Urdu, using the Nasta`līq (نستعلبق) ('hanging' calligraphic) style of Arabic script. As a de facto standard Urdu publishing tool, InPage is widely used on PCs where the user wishes to crte their documents in Urdu, using the authentic style of Nastaliq with a vast ligature library (more than 20,000), while keeping the display of characters on screen WYSIWYG (What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get). Overall, this makes the on-screen and printed results more 'faithful' to hand-written calligraphy than all or most other Urdu software on the market. This is achieved while keeping the operation sy, akin to that of rlier versions of standard English Desktop Publishing packages such as QuarkXPress and InDesign.
Before being used within InPage, the Noori style of Nastaliq, which was first crted as a digital typeface (font) in 1981 through the collaboration of Mirza Ahmad Jamil TI (as calligrapher) and Monotype Imaging (formerly Monotype Corp.), suffered from two problems in the 1990s: a) its non-availability on standard platforms such as or Mac, and b) the non-WYSIWYG nature of text entry, whereby the document had to be crted by commands in Monotype's proprietary page description language.
In 1994, an Indian software development tm - Concept Software Pvt Ltd, led by Rarendra Singh & Vijay Gupta, with the collaboration of a UK company called Multilingual Solutions led by Kamran Rouhi, developed InPage Urdu for Pakistan's newspaper industry, who up until that time had been using large tms of calligraphers to hand-write last minute corrections to text crted under Monotype's proprietary system. The Noori Nastaliq typeface was d for InPage from Monotype & augmented for use as the main Urdu font in this software, along with 40 other non-Nastaliq fonts which were crted by Syed Manzar Hasan from Axis Softmedia Pvt Ltd.
InPage is reported to be in use on millions of PCs in Pakistan & India (mainly illegal pirated version). It has also been widely marketed & sold legally in the UK and India since 1994, and is utilized in the majority of UK schools & local authorities where Urdu is a main language of pupils & constituents.InPage launched its latest Version 3 at ITCN exhibition Asia in Karachi, Pakistan, held between 11–13 August 2008. It is now Uni based, supports more Languages, and Faiz Lahori Nastaliq font with Kasheeda has been added to it along with compatibility with OpenType Uni fonts. In addition to Arabic, Saraiki, Urdu, Persian & Pashto, other languages of the region, such as Sindhi and Hazaragi can be handled in InPage.


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Kashish in Noori Nastaliq FontFaiz Lahori Nastaliq Font ligature based added with Kashish (more than 28,000 ligatures, unique Quranic ligatures is added)More than 70 Uni Naskh FontsDirect Uni Support with other softwareMuhammadi Quranic font is addedExport Urdu text in RTF format Direct save as PDF with options Mirror and Export all Text as CurvesDirect copy/paste/insert/import of picture and after save, address/folder of picutre is not requiredFootnote can be added in any selected fontPowerful Spell Checker (80,000 more words added)Additional symbolsAuto and erate Index with Urdu, English page sSeparate colour options in Naskh FontsUni 4 Layer board added for all right to left Language's.Prompting in Noori Nastaliq as well in NaskhCompatible with XP, VISTA, 7 and Server(ORGINAL PRICE USD 1000/- BUT I PROVIDE FULL FREE)CHECK FROM THIS LINK: http://www.inpage.com/buynow.htmlDOWNLOAD INPAGE 2012 FROM HERE

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