Online Arabic Keyboard to Type Arabic Alphabets, Letters & Numbers

Online Arabic Keyboard to Type Arabic Alphabets, Letters & Numbers




a

b

t

't

j

'H

d

'd

r

z

s

's

S

D

T

Z

g

'g

f

q

k

l

m

n

h

w

y

-

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1

2

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5

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7

8

9

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How to type Arabic with this Online Arabic Keyboard

Using the online keyboard above, click on the Arabic letters to enter them into the text box. After that, you can click the Copy button or press Ctrl+C to copy. Or use the Save button to save the typed characters as a text file.

Obey the following instructions to directly type these Arabic alphabets in the above text box with your computer keyboard.

  • The OnlineArabic keyboard above has English letters and some characters attached to each Arabic key. 
  • Press the English characters on top of the keys to type the corresponding Arabic alphabet.
  • To type the emphatic Arabic letters, turn on your Caps Lock and type in Capital letters: D, H, S, T, Z to get ض، ح، ص، ط، ظ respectively.
  • To enter a letter with a diacritic or accent mark, simply add an apostrophe after typing the letter. For example, t’, H’, d’, s’, S’, T’, g’ will give you ث، خ، ذ، ش، ض، ظ، غ with the Arabic accent marks.
  • To enter special characters, use the table below:

Description

Arabic Special Character

Keyboard Shortcut

Hamza

ء

- (dash)

 Yeh With Hamza 

ئ

y--

 Waw With Hamza

ؤ

w--

Alef With Hamza Below 

إ

a--

 Alef With Hamza Above

أ

-a

 Alef With Madda Above

آ

aa

Alif Maqsura

ى

Y

Ta Marbouta

ة

h'

 Lam-Alif

لا

la

Note: These shortcuts can only work in the above text box.

Once you are done typing, either use Ctrl+C to copy or use the copy or save buttons to copy or save the typed characters respectively.


How to get Arabic Alphabets/Characterson Windows

Without using the keyboard, you can get any Arabic Alphabet or character using the Character Map if you are using a Windows PC. 

The Character Map is a Microsoft Windows utility used to display all available characters and Unicode in all fonts on the computer, get what keyboard input (Alt code) is used to enter those characters and copy characters to the clipboard rather than typing them. 

Obey the following instructions to use the Character Map to get all the Arabic Alphabets and characters:

  • First, click Start or press the Windows key to open the Start menu.
  • Type Charmap and press Enter. The Character Map dialog box will appear.
  • At the bottom left section, click to select the Advanced view checkbox. Thewindow will expand for more advanced options.
  • In the Character Set drop-down list, select Windows: Arabic or Dos: Arabic

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These steps will display all the Arabic characters.

To get these characters, simply double click on the character or characters you need, then click the Copy button to copy the Arabic characters to your clipboard. Now head over to your text editor and paste it there.


How to get Arabic Alphabets/Characterson Google Docs

In Google docs, you can also insert any Arabic character.

To do so, obey the following instructions:

  • Fire up your Google Docs document.
  • Click on the Insert menu and select Special characters. The Insert special characters window will show up.
  • Using the Filter controls, select Middle Eastern Script then Arabic.

This will display all the Arabic characters for you to insert into your Google Docs document.