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Some colleges offer classes in Arabic typing; however, they can be expensive. Taking advantage of free online Arabic typing tutorials is a way to improve your typing without increasing your debt. Before you know it, you will be typing Arabic as fast as your Arabic speaking friends.

  1. Types

    • You can improve your Arabic typing by choosing to use one of the many free download or shareware tutorials that are available on the Internet. For example, BestSoftware4Download.com has a free download tutorial that trains you how to use an Arabic keyboard step-by-step.

    Another Option

    • Another option is to purchase shareware. For $20 you can download Arabic Typing Tutor 2 (see Resources). One of the perks of this software is it "is written in order to increase your Arabic typing speed, through teaching the basics of how to put your hand on to the keyboard and give some training examples."

    Warning

    • When using a free download or shareware found on the Internet, run your virus program before downloading.

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    Mary Alice Moore

    Mary Alice Moore began writing in 1996. She has written for "AIM" magazine and "The Dangling Modifier." She holds a Master of Science in professional writing from Towson University and is pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy in composition and teachers of English to speakers of other languages from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

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