Plural Nouns EDITED
Masculine Plural Nouns EDITED
Feminine Plural Nouns
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Viewing Arabic Texts
Arabic texts in this site are presented as texts not as images. In order to view them, many computers will require the installation of Arabic fonts. Your Internet Browser may also require modification to read the Arabic text correctly. The complexity of these processes is determined by the version of the browser you are using.
The easiest way to set up your computer to view Arabic online is to install Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.0 (or higher). Click on the link below to install the latest version from the Microsoft Website:
Steps to Add Arabic Text Display Support for Internet Explorer 5
If you are installing IE5 for the first time:
Please Choose Custom Setup, then follow steps from 7 to 9 below.
If you have IE5 already installed, please follow these steps:
1. From the Start menu chose
To smooth your screen fonts if you are running Explorer 4.0 (or later) on Windows 98 (or later):
1. Make sure that your display
card is configured to use 64K colors
If you are using MAC OS
· Microsoft Internet Explorer can be used on Arabic Mac systems to view our pages. visit http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/default.htm and download the latest Mac version of the browser. Please note that this option was not tested on most of the Mac versions.
If you are using UNIX
· Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 is on option for this platform. Please visit http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/default.htm and download the latest browser available. This option has not been tested.
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