An Abridged Typing and Computing Manual for Professional and Certificate Courses

Mr Issah Yakubu Wurishe

  • 出版商: CreateSpace Independ
  • 出版日期: 2013-10-03
  • 售價: $770
  • 貴賓價: 9.5$732
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 58
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 1492852961
  • ISBN-13: 9781492852964
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This manual may be assessed by many to be a masterpiece, notwithstanding the fact that none is perfect. The target group for the manual are either those who undertaking short term courses such as typist, senior typist, stenographer, senior stenographer, and private secretary certificates organized by NVTI, NACVET, and Government and Private secretarial schools. It can also be used by typewriting and computer teachers in their lessons. More so for private and business development. Undoubtedly, it can useful to other users such as working people who desire typing skills to use computers and portable typewriters. When you begin using the book, you gradually notice that, even though it is abridged, but is very comprehensive in helping you surmounting the challenges hindering your progress in working with the computer or typewriter. Chapter one identifies the various parts of the manual typewriter and explains the uses. The horizontal arrangement of the alphabetic and numeric keys are the same on a computer keyboard, except that the computer keyboard has additional functional and command keys. Chapter two introduces the person to the schooling of typing the keys systematically. Every key on the keyboard is typed with a particular finger, and the systematic typing begins on the Home keys. Chapter three is meant to guide the person to becoming a good typist, who can properly display any task. Mastering the keyboard is not enough until the person is able to follow the basic and enhanced guidelines towards production and applied typing. Chapter four is good for both persons learning for the purpose of examination and/or professional development. Speed and accuracy are essential tools to good typing. It is necessary that you type for two to four hours every day, because every professional secretary needs to achieve and maintain a minimum speed of 40 Words per minute. Chapters five to ten treats the various key documents processed for documentation. Whereas the latter chapters are devoted on computer; about the hardware and software components of the system.