You Deserve to Be Able to Edit Faster!

Think back to the days of being a court reporting student. You dreamed of writing fast enough to be able to report. You took that dream and put it into action: you learned how to write, spent countless hours practicing and finally, you arrived at the finish line and were able to take your first […]

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Because the Record Matters!

It’s Court Reporting and Captioning Week and Stenograph is celebrating along with every reporter, CART provider, captioner, and everyone who works with them to provide an accurate record for all and access for the deaf and hearing-impaired community. Like you, we are grateful for this opportunity to share what we love about these professions. There’s […]

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Strategies to Manage “Inappropriate” Mistranslates

The difference between properly written steno strokes for standard, everyday conversational words and steno for certain curse words, slurs/insults, and/or anatomical descriptions that may be inappropriate outside of medical testimony can be a single letter. For example, accidentally drop an initial P from the steno for submit and you get a four-letter word.  Invert the […]

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Manage More Than Just Jobs

The Manage Jobs feature is an incredibly useful feature in CATalyst. It’s the place from which you access, backup, restore and delete all of your CATalyst files: your cases, transcripts, dictionaries, layouts, include files… everything you work on and use in CATalyst. But did you know you can use it for storing and organizing files […]

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RealTeam for a Happier Holiday

’Twas the night before Christmas, And all through the house, Not a creature was stirring, Except for the reporter or scopist desperately editing pages to try to get them out the door… That’s not a description of a happy holiday! The good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way. If you’re eager […]

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“Where’s My File?”

Remember the last time you misplaced something important? For example, I keep my keys in a bowl by my front door. If I forget to put the keys in the bowl as soon as I walk in the door, I’m pretty much guaranteed to put a few thousand steps on my Fitbit searching for them. […]

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