5 thoughts on “13. Learning to Touch Type”

      1. I found the second book I bought a bit better at drilling the essentials: Touch Typing In Ten Hours by Ann Dobson, which again I picked up for almost nothing. I’m now touch typing while looking at the emerging type on the page, or (faster) watching my fingers. I use all four fingers on each hand. I still find the carriage shift of the Olympic SM3 difficult to do with the pinkies, but the segment shift of the Imperial Good Companion 5 is very easy.

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