Touch Typing in Ten Hours
|Rating||:||4.22 (553 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||126 Pages|
Sidd Artha said Dated, mostly dated. I have no idea if this is the book that started all those computer applications that teach you touch typing in an interactive environment. The touch typing part is mostly that without the interactive part. The rest of the book, or should I say the larger part of the book, can be resumed as "dated Word introduction guide", which is going to be useless for the next century or so until historians will have a. Five Stars G.C. OK
ANN DOBSON has run her own computer training school for 20 years, using this method successfully with her students.
If you use a keyboard you need this book. Spend a few hours now and reap the benefits for a lifetime, whether you are using a keyboard at work or at home.. There is also a reference guide giving useful 'tips of the trade'. Touch Type in Ten Hours contains easy-to-use lessons divided into manageable one hour blocks, and there are plenty of exercises to consolidate what you have learned. This new edition goes on to show you how to use Microsoft Word 2007 to best advantage. Most of us want to learn all the basics as quickly as possible and in no time at all you should be able to do everything from simple word processing tasks such a
I couldn't touch type at all when I started using this book and now my technique is almost perfect.'" -- readers . It cannot help you learn to touch type if you put in no effort, but if you do the basis is there for marked improvement. Worth the money!' 'This book really delivers on its promises. "'It has a really simple layout full of 1 hour lessons to type up with a reference guide at the back of the book which is very helpful