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I assume that your computer is correctly configured to display Arabic text in your browser. If not, make sure that your browser is MS Internet Explorer, version 5 or above, and that you have Arabic Language Support as part of your browser installation. You can download and install the needed updates from the Windows Update site. Click on Tools, Windows Update to get there.
With that, you should be able to display Arabic text in your browser. To do so, go to View-Encoding-Other, and select Arabic (Windows).
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