A Text To Gregg Translator

What I think would be FANTASTIC would be a Gregg text convertor. Just download an e-book or text file, load it up, click “translate,” and there’s your Gregg story to read : ) I was almost about to pull up VC++ and make one, but I wouldn’t know much about English to phonetic translating…and I couldn’t find…

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Books, stories, etc written in Gregg…

One of the few disappointments of writting in shorthand is the lack of reading material. If you don’t care to reread your old History 101 notes or transcription practices, there aren’t too many options. Either way, I was just wondering what stories or books anybody’s seen out there written in Gregg. So far I’ve found:…

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The Ultimate Speed Teacher

Hey, for the people that don’t know me. My name is Garin. If you are interested in building your speed in shorthand, I found a site that has a program you can download. It doesn’t teach you shorthand, but it will help you a lot with speed in any style of shorthand. http://www.courtreportinghelp.com TO DOWNLOAD: Go to the…

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Warm Up ?

In the Links  section there’s a website shorthand, shorthand, shorthand, and it suggests doing a warm up before starting.  Do you do this?  I never have, but it’s not a bad idea.  If you do, what do you do? (Originally posted by debbiavon1) 

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Gregg Ruled v. Pitmann Ruled

I see both Gregg and Pitmann ruled steno pads available from Ampad, my favorite steno pad manufacturer.  How is Pitmann ruling different from Gregg?  Is the verticle rule not centered?  Are the lines spaced farther or closer? (Originally posted by johnsapp) 

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Wikipedia article

I have just published an article on Wikipedia on Gregg shorthand. If it has errors or you wish to add more, feel free to edit it. 🙂 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregg_Shorthand (Originally posted by thedangerarranger) 

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Ebay Gem

I just lost my first ebay auction; it was on an index card autographed by the man himself, John R. Gregg.  It also included a sample of his own shorthand.  I dropped out of the running at $21.  The funny thing is that three members of our group were unknowingly bidding against eachother on it! …

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