Gregg generator
Hi, this is a recent project that was organized by a university to convert text into Gregg shorthand. It is quite accurate with normal dictionary words, and works under the simplified system.

(by Michael
for everyone)


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  1. I'm not sure it's that accurate. "Washington" was rendered oo-o-sh-e-ng-ten, which, as far as I know, is incorrect in any version. Unfortunately, I can't post a pic with my comment. But that means they are building words partly based on sound, not just uploading a pic. Very cool.

    1. Indeed it would. Plus, it will serve as a valuable tool and enrich your life both professionally and personally.

      If you do want to learn it (as I currently am) this site and the people on it will be the best resource you could ever need.

      Take care.

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