Arabic Numbers and Letters at Windows XP

I use two language in my computer (I got Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 2), English and Arabic. The problem is, if I write with Microsoft Office (Microsoft Word) with Arabic input, the Arabic numbers is not working. So if I wrote Arab number, it showed latin number on screen. But if I typed Arab letter, it worked.

What's wrong? And is there Arabic version of Windows XP, or is there any software for Windows that I can use to type  Arabic?

Answer:
As far as I know, you have to set the Arab numbers on Microsoft Word. Click on [Tools]>[Options…]>[Complex Scripts]. On the numeral, use the best context, Arabic, Hindi, or else.

If it doesn't work, use Windows XP Arabic. There is a version of it. Even Windows Millenium has an Arabic version.

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