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Gregg Shorthand: Series 90 [Hardcover]

J.R. Gregg

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1 Feb 1978 Series 90
This text is designed to accomplish two major objectives: success in dictation and in transcription. Each lesson is divided into two parts. The first provides students with preview words to assure that dictation speed is attainable; and the second develops specific skills needed in the transcription process.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A review for GREGG's Shorthand: Dictation and Transcription 18 Mar 2003
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This book is great and all, the only problem is, you have to make sure you know the words in shorthand already. This book doesn't waste any time and goes straight to the transcription, but that may not be so good for new users. Other than that, this book is great and really goes indepth with the way to transcipt your shorthand notes.
51 of 60 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars No experience with shorthand? This book is not for you. 22 April 2004
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Due to a lack of shorthand classes in my area, I decided to buy this book and teach myself. I read the warnings that this book is not recommended for beginners, but I've taught myself many other skills in the past and figured learning shorthand would be challenging, but possible. When I received the book, I realized that the author assumes you've already read Basic Principles. There are no explanations for what shorthand is, how it originated, or which tools are needed to get started, and I was expecting to see at least a couple of pages covering these topics. I was also disappointed that there are no explanations for any of the material covered in the chapters and that there doesn't seem to be answers for any of the transcription exercises. I returned this book.
27 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Learning Gregg Shorthand 11 Jun 2001
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This book is VERY good for learning Gregg shorthand. It shows the forms clearly and has lists of brief forms. The sentences that are written in shorthand in the front of the book are written in English in the back for easy decoding. It explains shorthand very well, and is an all-around great book for learning to write in shorthand.
39 of 49 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Most useful thing I ever learned - shorthand 22 Jan 2000
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Years ago I went to secretarial school and learned shorthand. I use it to this day. It's a wonderful way to take notes when people are talking to you on the phone, reminder notes to do this or that, grocery lists, whatever.
Yes, it takes time, work, and drill to learn shorthand. Yes, it's worth your while! Once you know shorthand, you will never have to hide your gift list again <sly smile>.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Gregg Shorthand Textbook 28 May 2009
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I was very happy to find a copy of the first textbook that I learned Gregg Shorthand from in high school. I am looking for the seond year book which was blue and the appropriate dictionaries and transcripts that went to both books. It has not been that difficult to retrain myself in the symbols. I'm not worried about speed now. I use it for taking notes of phone calls before I input them into my company's client database for action.
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