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Read Enable Arabic/Urdu/Farsi In Windows XP

Enable Arabic/Urdu/Farsi in Windows XP

After this, your windows computer will support right-to-left typing of Arabic/Urdu/Farsi. This step is not required for Windows Vista.

Click on Start, Settings, and then Control Panel:

Click on Regional and Language Options. (You may need Windows XP CD in your CD/DVD drive after this step):

Click on Languages tab, and select first checkbox that says "Install files for complex scripts and right-to-left languages..."

and then click on OK button. This will bring this prompt. Click OK button to continue:

Now it will ask you for Windows XP CD in your CD/DVD drive:

Once you press ok and the correct CD is in the drive, it will continue with the installation like this:

Next it will ask you to restart the computer. Select No at this time.

Thats's It, now you can add keyboard layouts of Arabic, Urdu, Farsi.. etc.
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