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  1. This reminds me of the occupational therapy my son had for handwriting. He started each letter large, a foot high, on a blackboard, so his shoulder had to do most of the work and learn the shape, then 6 inches high with his index finger so his wrist had to work, and finally smaller so his fingers learned the shape. All the muscles, from shoulder through fingertips, have to know the shape and work together.

    Meanwhile, the article pointed out some specific things I should try to fix the problems I've noticed with my own shorthand.

    Thanks for posting!

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