These typing tutors are very simple programs which are designed to help the single-handed typist to learn the keyboard. They are not touted to be great programs. The sooner you can get to one of the many fine typing tutor programs sold at your computer store (or great shareware) the better.
I was told that a teacher had helped a student through my manual and asked what the student should do now. Both mother and teacher seemed surprised when told them to use the material that was in the keyboarding course the other children were studying.
Learn Microsoft Word. Learn WordPerfect. Learn to program in assembly and in C++. Learn to write HTML. Type for the simple two-handed folk around you. A person who can touch type will never fail to be in demand. If you have one good hand and a fairly good mind you can make a living.
You can invoke the single-handed keyboard in Windows 95 by just going to "keyboard" icon and selecting the right or left handed US keyboard. Thank you Microsoft. The fastest way to invoke the single-handed keyboard in Windows 3.1 is to ask for the Dvorak two-handed and slip the computer a renamed keyboard file. If the name is right the computer knows no better. I feel smart when I trick the computer. You can get more detail directions here.
Put a formatted floppy disk in A or make a directory to place these files in. When you unzip TUTOR.ZIP little files will fly everywhere. You don't want them lose in you computer. TU.EXE is my DOS tutor. It is the nicest of the two in this file. You must invoke your single handed keyboard in DOS to use it with one hand. I have included a program called WINTU.EXE. This program will work under windows. You may invoke the keyboard in Windows and use WINTU.EXE. It is a really simple program. It's free. T.EXE is just a little typing timer program.Would you like to see a TUTOR.ZIP filelist?
Download MSDVORAK.ZIP. These are the files that you need to invoke the single-handed Dvorak keyboard with Windows 3.1 and with DOS. These are supplied by Microsoft and are exactly as I downloaded off the bulletin board. Read the readme.txt. You may place this on a floppy with TUTOR.EXE. After everything is expanded you will have over 60 files but less than 300k.
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