If you are not quick with the Arabic typing you can transliterate into Arabic characters (type it as you say it and it will come out in Arabic alphabets) / type with a virtual Arabic keyboard if you don't have one / translate into Arabic, and it's free!
It even has a dynamic guide at the bottom as you type!
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If you want to make an Arabic character then use the similar looking number (e.g. 3 looks like a as in 3imara, 7 looks like ha as in 7abil, 6 looks like ta as in 6abeeb, 9 looks like sa as in 9aneen)
similar looking number and add the dot (e.g. 3' looks like gha as in 3'asseel, 7' looks like kha as in 7'aroof, 9' looks like tha as in 9'ameer)
generate the Arabic character that just needs the dot by using the same-sound English character and add a ' (e.g. for tha type d', for sha type s')
look for how on the virtual keyboard.
look for the dynamic guide at the bottom as you type.
You can even use it to add pronounciation specifications (like fat-ha or kasra etc.) using the buttons on the bottom left.
- virtual site: http://www.arabic-keyboard.org/
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