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How to type (۱, ۲, ۳, ٥, ٤ ?)?

By zimonar ·
In Word, while typing in Arabic language, instead of using Symbol? from Insert Menu, I would like to type numbers also in Arabic from the keyboard, for example: (۱, ۲, ۳, ٥, ٤ ?) How I can I do please?

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by Blackcurrant In reply to How to type (۱, ۲, ۳, ٥, ...

Hi

If you add Arabic to your languages (which I assume have - control Panel, Regional settings), then make sure the language bar is showing as a toolbar on the Task Bar (right-click the Task Bar and select Toolbars, then Language Bar).

When you want to change between, Arabic and your other language, just click the Language bar and you can choose between whichever languages you have setup.

Good luck

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by zimonar In reply to How to type (۱, ۲, ۳, ٥, ...

Hi
Thanks, but the language bar is already shown as a toolbar on the Task Bar and Arabic (Lebanon) is selected. So I can type all the alphabets in Arabic language, except the numbers. Numbers are still shown in English.
In (Control Panel, Regional settings), there is many Arabic: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq?Etc. I choose Lebanon under Standards and Formats from Regional Options tab and I choose Lebanon under Location.
Numbers are still shown in English. Why?

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by zimonar In reply to How to type (۱, ۲, ۳, ٥, ...

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