Key to Gregg Speed Building (1932)

This is the Teacher’s Key to the first Speed Building book for Anniversary, an intermediate level text which is still readily available. Although subsequent Speed Building books—the One-Year Course for high schools and the college course—have a greatly enlarged vocabulary, as well as additional grammatical helps for skill in transcription, the old ’32 edition has…

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Key to Graded Readings (1930)

Graded Readings is essential reading material for those starting out and is easily obtainable. I think we now have available most of the keys to the basic materials for beginning Anniversary students!  😀 Attachment: Graded Readings 1930.pdf (by Joel for group greggshorthand)  

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Key to Gregg Speed Studies (1929)

The key to the 2nd edition of Gregg Speed Studies is divided into two sections. The first is the longhand key to the reading and dictation drills, and the 2nd is the shorthand key to the writing drills. There are also a few pages tucked away in the back with the outlines of frequent surnames…

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How to change your avatar (headshot) in Multiply?

(Copied from this post: http://multiplynewbie.multiply.com/journal/item/6/Headshots) There are two ways to change your avatar. 1. If you have just created a Multiply account and you still have the question mark headshot showing, there will be a link right over that headshot enabling you to add a new headshot. Just click on that link. 2. If you’ve…

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Historical materials about stenography, tachygraphy

Hello! I’ve already posted perhaps best developed article about stenography/shorthand on Wikipedia: http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stenografia Of course, it’s in Polish. 😉 Now I’m going to edit such a definitions like: tironian notes tachygraphy Tiro (Marcus Tullius) If You have any historical materials in Your collection, that You did not posted them here, I would be grateful for…

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Re-request for French Gregg

Hi everyone, I’m curious to see what the French version of Gregg is like, particularly the Senecal version that McBud suggests. Does anyone have material from this, perhaps? Many thanks. (by Tom for group greggshorthand)

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