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Typing Pal Junior 1.0

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January 16, 2002

Out of 22 votes

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"FUN" typing tutor!!!

24-Jan-2005 03:40:02 PM

Reviewer: Jocelyn

It is not boring like the others I have tried. It`s fun! The lessons, games, and practice stuff make learning easy for kids "or grown-ups". It even has a spy that will show you your typing stats when you type something out using certain word processing programs, like MS Word. As a 23 year old, I suggest this as a great learning tool for all ages. Try it out! The Garfield version of this program is also great! It has the same features, just different pals and pictures!

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Why no Mac Demo?

16-Jan-2005 02:40:01 PM

Reviewer: Jen

I`m very interested in TypingPal Jr., for both home and my school, but I can`t try the demo because it is PC only. Is there a Mac demo that I haven`t found?

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Interesting but not enough info from demo.

22-Nov-2002 12:34:17 PM

Reviewer: J`s Mom

Unless it was operator error, the demo only showed one game. The game was OK, but it is the reward for doing the program. I did not get a good sense of how the teaching of typing actually occurs with this product.

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24-Apr-2002 08:54:50 AM

Reviewer: tariq ameeen


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One of the best typing tutors

10-Apr-2002 01:18:49 PM

Reviewer: Doctor Dumb

This program teaches the basic touch-typing skills that every person needs to master. The demo version only teaches some skills/letters/fingers, however, the full version offers 30 dictations, 30 practice lessons, 70 thorough learning steps, statistics, and even a handy feature which checks your typing speed on any word processor (e-mail, Word, etc.). I recommend this to anyone with an interest in typing, from slow to 60 WPM (there are a number of different courses)

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