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Learn to type . The ultimate limitation of any word processor is the speed at which you enter data; hence, the ability to type quickly is invaluable. Learning how to type is far from an insurmountable problem, especially with the availability of computer- based typing programs. As little as a half hour a day for a couple of weeks will have you up to speed, and if you do any significant amount of writing at all, the investment will pay off many times . Writ e now, but edit later. You write a sente nce, then chan ge it, and chan ge it again , and one hour later, you have prod uced a singl e para grap h. It happ ens to the best of write rs – you s tare at a blan k scree n and flash ing curso r and are unab le to write . The best solut ion is to brain stor m and write dow n anyt hing that pops into your head, and to keep on writi ng. Do not worr y abou t typos or spelli ng error s beca use you can fix them later.
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This note was uploaded on 08/18/2010 for the course STRATEGIES tb133 taught by Professor Elizabethkahn during the Spring '10 term at Minnesota Colleges.

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