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e-Typewriting basics of Computers, Advantages and Disadvantages of Computers in e-Typewriting, for Class 9, 10, 12 and Stenography Vocational

Basics of Computers  A computer is an electronic device that consists of hardware and software to store, retrieve and process data. The term hardware describes the physical parts of computer which we can physically touch or see such as CPU, monitor, keyboard, mouse and other physical parts. Software is set of instructions that instructs the hardware what to do. It guides the hardware how to accomplish each task. One of examples...
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e-Typewriting – Meaning and Importance  for Class 9, Class 10, Class 12 and Stenography Vocational

  e-Typewriting – Meaning and Importance   The art and technique of typing on computer is known as e-Typewriting. As computers have become an integral part of our professional and personal lives, acquiring of computer skills has become as important as reading and writing skills. It has become increasingly essential for everyone to use computer keyboard efficiently so as to make optimum use of computers. Mastery of the keyboard particularly becomes...
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What is e-Typewriting?, introduction and Objectives of e-Typewriting for Class 9, Class 10 and Class 12

e-TYPEWRITING Introduction  Computers have moved into every corner of our daily lives. Computers are at work in departmental stores, homes, offices, hospitals, banks, theaters and even coffee shops. They have become so fundamental to our modern society that without them, our economy would grind to halt. In the last few decades, computers have completely altered business practices all around the world. We are living in information age and with the concept...
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Shorthand Stenography Online Course Chapter 12 “Joining of Strokes ”

Joining of Strokes  Now you have practised all the consonants of the Pitman’s system of shorthand. Like other systems of writing, the next step of learning shorthand is the joining of consonant strokes. Joining of consonant is necessary for making the words. Joining of strokes means to write two or more consonant strokes together without lifting the pen or pencil. Rules for Joining of Strokes  The rules for joining strokes are...
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Shorthand Stenography Online Course Chapter 11 “Size of Strokes ”

Size of Strokes  The size or length of the stroke should be approx. 5 mm as shown in the table. Remember that while practicing the consonants you should be very careful about the accuracy and uniformity of the size of the stroke. If the size of the stroke varies, it may put you in a great difficulty later on, when the size of the stroke is reduced to its half and...
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Shorthand Stenography Online Course Chapter 8 “What are the Consonants in Shorthand”

Consonants Introduction In the last lesson you have learnt about the origin of Shorthand, its definition, usefulness of this art, as well as the job opportunities available for a shorthand writer. You have also read about the qualities of a stenographer, sitting posture, techniques for writing shorthand, material required for writing shorthand and the techniques of transcription. Not only in India but in many countries of the world, Pitman system of...
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