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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. Write now, but edit later. You write a sentence, then change it, and change it again, and one hour later, you have produced a single paragraph. It happens to the best of writers you stare at a blank screen and flashing cursor and are unable to write. The best solution is to brainstorm and write down anything that pops into your head, and to keep on writing. Do not worry about typos or spelling errors because you can fix them later. Above all, resist the temptation to edit continually the few words you have written because
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