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Re: [Zeitun-eg.net/StMina-Monastery.org] Happy Resurrection Day from the Khreizat Family (March 2013)

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  • Adel Saba
    المسيح قام .. كل سنة وانتم جميعا بالف خير   ADEL   ________________________________ From: Rabih Khreizat
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 30, 2013
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      المسيح قام .. كل سنة وانتم جميعا بالف خير
       
      ADEL 
       

      From: Rabih Khreizat <rabihkhreizat@...>
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      Sent: Saturday, March 30, 2013 7:04:15 AM
      Subject: [Zeitun-eg.net/StMina-Monastery.org] Happy Resurrection Day from the Khreizat Family (March 2013)
       
       
      The way for reading Arabic (With the Outlook, Outlook express or MSN Explorer 5 Or better only ) even if your computer does not support Arabic is as follow.
      When you use internet explorer browser ; look at the top where you can see: file, edit, view , favorites,..... click : view , then point the mouse to : encoding; there you'll find many choices ; click : Arabic (Windows ) or UNICODE (UTF-8) if the Arabic is not working, & that's all . ( you don't have to select the part you want to see it in Arabic) the same way, if you use outlook express.
       
      1. You don't need to have Arabic windows version to be able of reading Arabic, its enough to have Internet Explorer 5 or better.
       
      2. If you didn't find "Arabic (Windows)" from the encoding list, then you have to download the Arabic support package for windows.... its very easy to do... just follow these instructions 
      Click on Start --> Windows Update --> this will open your Internet Explorer on the windows update homepage.
      Click on Product Update --> Additional Windows Features --> you'll find many languages updates, check the Arabic Language and Click on Download
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