ListenArabic.com always focuses on the Arabic language, and provides many online language tools to help Arab people and Western people write, search, learn and understand Arabic.
This online Arabic keyboard helps you easily write Arabic, this keyboard is a Web based editor to write in arabic.You can simply use the Arabic Keyboard for Free, without the need to download or install any software.
How to use the online Arabic Keyboard:
- Move the mouse pointer inside the text area in the white space
- Type the text you want with the Arabic characters
- When you finish writing the Arabic text, you can COPY the text (using the shortcut command Ctrl+C) and PASTE it anywhere you like (using the shortcut command Ctrl+V). Check below for more shortcut commands for Windows and Mac
Use this online Arabic keyboard to type Arabic characters on computers which do not have a keyboard for typing the Arabic alphabet. Don't worry if you have any typing mistake, you can simply edit what you write by clicking inside the text area and using it as you normally do to type and edit any text.
Write or search in Arabic even if you don't have Arabic Keyboard. This Arabic tool understands what you write and the way you type Arabic words.
We hope that this little online Arabic keyboard will help you write texts in Arabic when you are away from your own Arabic computer - for example in an Internet cafe in a foreign country.
You can send us an email message in Arabic to say if you found this Arabic virtual keyboard useful. We understand Arabic and we would be delighted to read Arabic sentences typed on our own Arabic keyboard layout.
Shortcuts Commands for both Windows and Mac:
Many home computers and pc have commands that can help you do things faster by using your keyboard instead of using your mouse. It is pretty fast to use your keyboards if you do memorize well all the shortcuts commands
If you use Windows: Ctrl+C is used for copying tasks.
If you use Macintosh: Command+C is used for copying tasks.
If you use Windows: Ctrl+V is for pasting tasks.
If you use Macintosh: Command+V is for pasting tasks.
If you use Windows: Ctrl+X is for cutting tasks.
If you use Macintosh: Command+X is for cutting tasks.
If you use Windows: Ctrl+P is for printing tasks.
If you use Macintosh: Command+P is for printing tasks.
If you use Windows: Ctrl+S is for saving tasks.
If you use Macintosh: Command+S is for saving tasks.
If you use Windows: Ctrl+A is for selecting all entiring document tasks.
If you use Macintosh: Command+V is for selceting entire document tasks.
If you use Windows: Ctrl+Z is for undoing tasks.
If you use Macintosh: Command+Z is for undoing tasks.
If you use Windows: Alt+Tab is for switching to anoher windows application tasks. Keep on pressing the tab key to view and move to another application. You can use the shortcut if you want to copy the Arabic text you have written and paste it an email or message in another tab.