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Tuesday, March 8, 2011
How to Convert a Standard Keyboard to an Arabic Keyboard
Go to the "Start" menu and type "Intl.cpl" (without quotes) in the Search field. Press "Enter" to launch the Region and Language screen.
Go to the "Keyboards and Languages" tab and press "Change Keyboards." Click "Add" to open the "Add Input Language" list.
Expand the Arabic language/region you wish to add. Expand the "Keyboard List" from the resulting drop-down menu, then click the "Arabic" entry shown to select it. Press "OK" to return to the previous menu.
Click the "Default Input Language" drop-down menu and select the chosen Arabic input. Click "OK" to apply all changes, followed by "OK" again to exit the Region and Language screen.
Press the "Language" bar that now appears on the taskbar, next to the Windows system tray. Click the Arabic language as shown, which will effectively convert your keyboard.