Arabic Pad

Writing Arabic with non Arabic windows or keyboard can be a frustrating jobs. But with Arabic Pad, this can be done easily. Arabic Pad is a simple editor like notepad, but designed to write Arabic [Unicode] text , especially for Non Windows Arabic. I hope that with this program write Arabic is more easily, by customizing the keyboard key so it’s close to the Arabic letter sound.

Setting your Computer (Windows 2000/XP)

Before you can using this program you must set your regional setting by add Supplemental language Support (right-to-left languages). If after run this program and the text doesn’t work correctly, the text were left aligned or the text were broken, then you must do the following step:

  1. Open Control Panel
  2. Select Regional and Language Options
  3. select Languages tab
  4. And check the options “Install files for complex script and right-to-left (Including Thai)” and click Apply.
  5. Insert the Windows CD Installer and locate the correct path requested.
  6. Follow the next step until the computer ask for restart, so restart.

If the above step still doesn’t work, maybe you have to install Universal Font. For Microsoft Office user, you can add Universal Font from the Installation CD. Follow this step :

  1. Open Control Panel
  2. Select Add or Remove Programs
  3. Select Microsoft Office and click Change
  4. Select Add of Remove Features click Next
  5. In the next step, check the “Choose Advanced Customization of Applications” and click Next
  6. From the tree view, Select: Office Shared Features > International Support > Universal Font (click/select and choose Run from my Computer from the drop down menu)
  7. Click Update

Character Map

Main Arabic Letters
Arabic Key Arabic Key Arabic Key
ا a ز z ق q
ب b س s ك k
ت t ش S ل l
ث Z ص c م m
ج j ض C ن n
ح h ط p و w
خ K ظ P ه h
د d ع ء x
ذ D غ g ى Y
ر r ف f ي y
Arabic Key Arabic Key Arabic Key
أ E ؤ W ة T
إ I ئ O
Arabic Key Arabic Key Arabic Key
Fatha َ e Fathatan ً ee Sukun ْ o
Kasra ِ i Kasratan ٍ ii ٓ ~
Dhomma ُ u Dhammatan ٌ uu Hamza above ٔ <
Inverted Dhamma ٗ U Shadda ّ v Hamza below ٕ >
Superscript Alif ٰ A Subscript Alif ٖ II
Additional for JAWI
Arabic Key Arabic Key Arabic Key
چ J ڤ F ۏ V
ڠ G ڬ X ڽ N

For other text such as number ( 0 ..9 ), comma (,), dot (.), semicolon (;), Question mark(?), Percent sign(%), five pointed star (*), and underscore ( _ ) just equal with normal alphabet.


Arabic Pad was release as freeware. This software is provided ‘as-is’, without any express or implied warranty. In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages arising from the use of this software. Permission is granted to anyone to use, copy, distribute this software in any form freely except for commercial purpose.


Version 1.4 Sunday, July 03 2011

  • Some bugs when editing arabic and typing harakat were fixed
  • Fixed for Fathatan, dhommatan and Kasratan
  • Fixed double paste when using Ctrl+V
  • Fixed for alif + mad harakat above
  • Added new harakat : Inverted Dhamma, Subscript Alif
  • New help file (Arabic Pad Guide), now using html format

Version 1.03 Monday, September 10 2007

  • Add Arabic JAWI character ( used in Malaysia ) Cha, Nga, Pa, Gaf, Va and Nya ( req byMuhammad Zulkhibri Bin Musa)

Version 1.02 Tuesday, May 29 2007

  • Add more character such as : comma, semicolon, question mark, percent sign, five pointed star, underscore ( to extend the character ), alif with hamza above or bellow, ya with hamza above, waw with hamza above.

Version 1.01 Monday, May 28 2007

  • Fixed problem when load big files.
  • Icon disappeared

Version 1.00 Friday, May 25 2007

  • Initial Release

Download Arabic Pad

To download Arabic Pad ( 43 KB), select one of this download location :


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