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Five tools to tune up your typing skills

9 comments
dons2401811
dons2401811

As a certified typing and keyboarding teacher with thirty-five years of experience. I find the article outstanding! Thank you!

jimmyhelu
jimmyhelu

Hi everyone, The computer I am working on is not booting into bios. The hard drive spools up and everything sounds normal but, the monitor

Greenknight_z
Greenknight_z

More fun than any of those listed. It's a kid's game, but so what.

jharvie673
jharvie673

Using screen shots instead of writing an article is useless and lazy.

garyfizer
garyfizer

I still have an old copy of Mavis teaches typing that came with my first PC. Still works pretty well when I need to brush-up every now and then.

NickNielsen
NickNielsen moderator

The statement [i]"NOTE: If you'd prefer to view this information as a blog post, check out this entry in our Five Apps blog."[/i] is present in every slide show that has a corresponding article. The statement always contains a link to the article, but unfortunately many readers seem incapable of both looking at pictures and reading text, as a good many of them miss it. So, since you missed it the first time, here it is, the link to the article: http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/five-apps/five-apps-to-make-you-a-better-typist/1516

Middle England
Middle England

Let's have more content to these articles. So objective assessments against sensible criteria. And maybe a recommendation or two.

GMR001
GMR001

"..useless and lazy." And yet, here you are. Have you not heard of efficiency? Or perhaps, "A picture is worth a thousand words." In which case, Brian has 11,000 words to his credit on this article. Hardly lazy compared to the meager 12 you used for a negative comment.