This program promises to add Arabic to your computer, but doesn't offer any user guidance. Arabic Keyboard writes to the system tray and offers a limited right-click menu but no help files. The first of four options, Arabic Enable, opens a small text-editing pane that lets you use your standard keyboard to type in Arabic. You can't copy or select text during the trial, and no print or save options are offered. The second, Arabic Wordpad, leads to a Notepad-style program that also uses the standard keyboard, but allows you to copy, print, and save documents in a format unique to the program. The third item, Mouse Follow, relates to the Arabic Enable option. When selected, the text-editing pane opens wherever the mouse is pointing. Aside from options to register or exit the program, Arabic Keyboard is the final menu item. You can view the virtual keyboard, but it's completely disabled during the trial. Users, especially novices, should look for a more polished and user-friendly way to type in Arabic.