Julie Clark and Jim Felton
speedy at halcyon.com
Fri Sep 6 23:55:05 PDT 1996
Julie Clark and Jim Felton wrote:
> Karen Ozmun wrote:
> > a caller with windows 95 will be using a "driver" within windows 95 to
> > re-map the keyboard as a dvorak keyboard,... learn to use the dvorak style keyboard?
> > karen
> I think I saw the dvorak layout as part of a CD "Typing Tutor" by
> Softkey the shareware distributor. Or was it in "Mavis Bacon Teaches
Yes. It was in the "Mavis Beacon [sic] Teaches Typing" software package
by Mindscape. It looked so useful I've gone and bought a copy to improve
my typing and data entry skills and reduce those infuriating mistakes.
This is the Combo CD version 4 for Win 95, with the win 3.1 version on
the same CD.
Here are the system requirements:
Windows 95 or Windows 3.1 requirements-
Win95 native/Win 3.1 compatible
1 MB space free on hard drive
CD Rom drive 2x(double speed) or higher
486 SX 66MHz
8 MB of RAM
SVGA (640 x 480 w/ 256 colors) video
Windows compatible mouse, sound card, and printer (printer optional).
from the box back:
"Build keyboard skills in three lesson modes: QWERTY, 10-key, and
Was 34.97 at Olympia Circuit City. Should be less in Seattle,
Silverdale? or South center store. Also have heard egghead has
competitive pricing. Circuit City does a 30 days 110% of the difference
low price gaurantee on everything they in their particular buying area.
Seattle in this case.
Did that help?
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