LESSONS FOR SINGLE-HANDED TUTOR


This material is from Typing For the Single-handed User Copyright (c) 1994 by Bob Harrell. Please copy and distribute, free of charge, to those who can benefit from it's use. See bottom of this page.
Key Group lessons introduce the keys in order and tell you what finger to use. Text to get you started on the new keys is provided. The typing tutor lessons assure plenty of practice. New keys are added to old.
Copies of tutor lessons that are found on TUTOR.ZIP are here for you to print. You can use the text for practice with your word processor. I like to use the lesson copies with the tutor and listen for the tutor to beep a mistake.

PRACTICE LESSONS ARE MORE DIFFICULT THAN ORDINARY TEXT

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tutor lessons by Bob Harrell copyright (c) 1994