MENA (Middle East and North African languages) editions of Creative Cloud software may not appear in your Creative Cloud desktop app list due to your app's language settings. You can access MENA editions of InDesign or Illustrator by temporarily switching the language of your Creative Cloud desktop app to either Hebrew or Arabic. Here's how:

  1. Click the  icon in the taskbar (Windows) or Apple menu bar (macOS), to open the Creative Cloud desktop app.

    If you don’t see the icon, launch the app as follows:

    • Windows: Choose Start > Programs > Adobe Creative Cloud.
    • macOS: Choose Go > Applications > Adobe Creative Cloud > Adobe Creative Cloud.
  2. Click the  icon in the upper-right corner to access Preferences.

    Access Preferences in Creative Cloud desktop app

    Note:

    Does your screen look different? You are on an earlier version of the Creative Cloud desktop app. Click the three vertical dots icon  in the upper-right corner to access Preferences.

    Access Preferences in Creative Cloud desktop app
  3. In the Preferences dialog box, click Apps in the sidebar.

    Note:

    Using an earlier version of the Creative Cloud desktop app? In the Preferences dialog box, go to Creative Cloud > Apps.

  4. From the list of languages, choose either the Arabic or Hebrew languages:

    • English Arabic -
    • English Hebrew -
  5. Close the Preferences dialog box.

  6. In the Creative Cloud desktop app, click Apps to view the list of available software.

  7. From the list of available software, install InDesign or Illustrator by clicking Install.

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