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How to advance to next set of keys - 4/3/2005 3:45:48 PM   
meldrum

 

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Hello everyone,
My friend has Mavis Beacon v 15 and is "stuck" on the asdf keys lesson.
1. Is there a way to manually advance to the rest of the keys (or another lesson)?
2. Is there a way to lower the WPM to something in the 10 WPM category? He has permanent damage to his left hand, which results in a much lower typing speed.
Thanks
David
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RE: How to advance to next set of keys - 4/4/2005 6:31:15 AM   
PamE

 

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You cannot go to the next lesson until you pass the quizzes. There is no way to reduce the WPM setting as low as 10. When you start up the program, select to read the MANUAL. It mentions all of this in there. It also explains how to customize lessons. Perhaps your friend would perfer to do customized lessons? Have them check out the manual (It's a PDF file.), and they can even print certain pages of it, so that they can read the printed page while working in the program.

< Message edited by PamE -- 4/4/2005 6:32:28 AM >

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