This new version of Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing Personal Edition develops your typing skills using a proven approach to learning, one success at a time. With 12 interface themes and countless program options to adapt to age, needs and style, you can master the basics of typing at your own pace and even see successful results in just 8 hours.
Suitable for anyone wanting to learn to type from ages 8-88.
Just follow these 7 easy steps to achieve your typing success!
Step 1. Set Your Personal Goal
Success-based learning begins with setting a personal challenge level for speed and accuracy that you work towards as you complete lessons.
Step 2. Learn Good Posture Habits
A virtual reality model demonstrate correct body and hand shape.
Step 3. Typing Technique
Video and interactive graphics teach you typing technique, finger names and home row position.
Step 4. Learn New Keys One Stage at a Time
Systematically develop new keystrokes, blending them into pairs, chains, words and sentences.
Step 5. Build Your Skill by Using It
For each lesson you complete a corresponding skill check using real-world typing challenges to ensure your progress.
Step 6. Practice Excellent Typing at all Times
Timed typing tests give standardised performance results that you can put on your CV.
Step 7. Celebrate Your Success
After just 8 hours of using this software you can master typing basics and more.
|Platform||Windows XP, Windows Vista 32-bit, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10|
Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8¹, Pentium® or AMD Athlon™ Processor
512MB RAM (1 GB RAM for Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, and Windows®8)
600MB of free hard disk space
Video Card & Sound Card
keyboard & mouse
and speakers or headphones.
¹Administrator privileges are required to properly install the program on Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8, and Mac® OS X.
*Minimum full display after automatic re-configuration is 800x600, but the program can operate on a Netbook device with a 1028x540 resolution. *High quality audio system or head set is recommended.