Please don't flame me or otherwise injure my fragile sense of self worth :)
but you could fire up Windows and grab a copy of Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing
somewhere. I don't know where you'd get that but I'm sure its possible to dl
some earlier versions. I touch type already but I did it the hard way in the
days of typing excercise books and real typewriters.
Raymond Kelly <ray at phbrink.ie> wrote:
Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
>> Has anyone links to tutorials on touch typing? All I can seem to find is
> Win9x software tutors.
your best bet is probably to search one of the shareware archives for a
(ancient) dos proggie of which there are many & un it under dosemu.
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