Computer Keyboarding 1, 11e

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Welcome to Computer     Keyboarding 1 Online!    



My name is Arlene Zimmerly, and I am a coauthor of Gregg College Keyboarding & Document Processing, 11e, the most popular post-secondary keyboarding textbook in the country. Browse around this model Web site for a 15-week beginning keyboarding course, and feel free to use any information you find helpful. I wrote page content as if I were an instructor speaking to students.

In this model course, students learn to type by touch with acceptable or better technique, increase speed and accuracy, and format documents (e-mails, letters, memos, reports, and tables) using Word. Because they learn to type and to use basic Word features, students receive the benefit of two classes at once. They can work anywhere they have a high-speed Internet connection; Internet Explorer or Firefox; and Word 2016, 2013, 2010, or 2007 for Windows installed on a PC or Mac. Click here for full details on hardware and software requirements. Students should visit Getting Started for information to begin.

For comprehensive information on this course or GDP (Gregg Document Processing—the shortened name of the associated Web-based course software), visit the FAQs and Course Outline pages or visit Keyboarding 11e. Feel free to contact me if I can help you in any way!