YESolo on the Keyboard is an up-to-date typing tutorial which boasts of modern design and friendly interface. It will take you about 30 hours to complete the course. It consists of 100 entertaining sessions with the guaranteed result.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:30
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
Description: YESolo on the Keyboard is an up-to-date typing tutorial which boasts of modern design and friendly interface. It will take you about 30 hours to complete the course. It consists of 100 entertaining sessions which take into account the psychology of distance education. Lots of jokes and other motivation tips which accompany serious tasks and progress tips. The author, a trained psychologist, will guide you through the whole course and will encourage you to continue the studies and reach your goal. The unique teaching method has been tested on thousands of thankful students whose typing speed amounts up to 100 wpm on the QWERTY keyboard. The course is constantly updated. All students can contribute their ideas and expect them to be implemented. The courses for the UK layout, DVORAK keyboard are available. Also, special language packages include courses in Italian and Russian. You can try the first 20 sessions for free and make sure for yourself how effective the method is. After that the program will require registration. Registration costs $15, on-line registration is available using bank transfer, Paypal and the credit card (via REGNOW payment system).
More courses for the French and German keyboard layouts are in progress at the moment.
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