Understanding “Tuckable” in Suffix Drag

Many reporters are unsure whether they should choose Yes or No when setting up the Suffix Drag feature. If you’re not sure; or if you’ve ever wondered whether you’ve set this feature properly, today’s blog entry should help! First, for those unfamiliar with this translate option, there are occasions when untranslated steno appears on your […]

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Move to Enjoy a Healthier Career

Reporters and scopists spend a significant portion of their lives in a seated position. You sit when you write. You sit when you edit. When you’re not working, you most frequently want to sit and relax! The problem is, too much sitting can be the source of a number of long-term problems – weight gain, […]

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Thankful

In a few days, people all over the United States will be getting together with family and/or friends and reflecting on what makes them feel thankful. I have a lot for which I am thankful, and my Stenograph and greater court reporting industry family is a major reason I am thankful this year. 30 years […]

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It’s The Little Things

At the end of last month, I had the pleasure of working with and training a wonderful group of reporters at STARCON 19 in Minneapolis. In addition to the five classes I taught, I worked with eight reporters in half-hour, one-on-one sessions to answer questions they needed to have answered, and countless others during breaks […]

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Create New Steno Outlines Without “Extra” Keys

Coming up with simple but unique one-stroke steno outlines for speaker IDs, or AccelerWriters (macros executed during translation to edit from the writer) or even a unique fingerspelling alphabet can be difficult when you’re trying to avoid conflicts. Some reporters and captioners have even asked our developers to enhance future writers to include an “extra” […]

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Effortless File-Finding!

Reporters use a variety of methods for organizing their jobs. Some like to store jobs by date; for example, a job taken on September 16, 2019 would go into a case named September, which is stored along with jobs from January, February, March, etc. in another case named 2019. Other reporters prefer to organize jobs […]

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