Computer Shorthand

Computer Shorthand : Speed Building and Realtime Transcription

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For Court Reporting Shorthand Courses in Speedbuilding classes ranging from 100-160 wpm, or from 140-200 wpm. * Designed to be adapted to any machine shorthand theory, this universal workbook helps court reporting students develop speed, accuracy, and writing fluency. It will prepare them for the Certified Shorthand Reporter's Examination and the National Shorthand Reporter's Examination. The workbook's extensive drills and exercises help them become proficient machine shorthand writers who can take dictation accurately at a high rate of speed and who can transcribe efficiently either at the typewriter or on the computer. * The workbook is divided into fifty lessons covering Latin and French legal vocabulary, Congressional Record Material, Multiple-Voice Testimony, Jury Charge, and Special Tips for the Court Reporter.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 432 pages
  • 208 x 274 x 24mm | 1,043.26g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 3rd Revised edition
  • 0130791121
  • 9780130791122

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A universal speed building text for all machine shorthand theories.show more

Table of contents

Lessons 1-50. (NOTE: Each lesson includes Latin and French legal vocabulary, Congressional Record material, jury charge material, opening and closing statements, arguments, expert opinion, deposition instructions, and legal opinion).The first 37 lessons include a realistic selection of multiple-voice testimony; the last 13 lessons concentrate on specialized courtroom situations such as expert testimony, conference in chambers, child's testimony, and medical testimony. Special Tips for the Court Reporter. Courtroom Participants. Examinations. Parentheticals. Utterances. Case Citations. Reporter's Worksheet/Cue Sheets/Information Sheets. Numbers. Abbreviations. Capitalization. Paragraphing.show more