I'm creating a new post since my question diverges considerably from the original topic ("How Playing an Instrument Benefits Your Brain," reading article, Sept 2016, post 2.a):
That "re-introduction of incl-"
..I might like to get my hands on some Centennial books to see
specifically what other surprises there might be though few. I wonder if
you or someone would be able to help me understand which books were put
From what I can tell searching online there are:
Gregg Shorthand College Book 1, 2, 3
Gregg Shorthand Dictation and Transcription
Gregg Shorthand Basic Principles
There does not appear to be a "functional method" for Centennial.
Also, I've been using Series 90 Functional Method which of course has a key and I would like to get either of:
"Gregg Speed Building Series 90"
"Gregg Shorthand for Colleges, Speed Building, Series 90"
assume they are an intermediate between the functional method or other
course text and "Gregg Expert Speed Building" (for S90) which I also
have (also no key, unfortunately). Do you know if either has a key?
I have "Shorthand for Colleges Vol 2, Series 90",(no key). But I'm
wondering if the material here is possibly the same as what's in the
functional method in which case I wouldn't need to track one down.
for any help you can provide, as I know these are tedious questions!
I'm getting better at understanding the Gregg publications but not there
PS I assume we afford the keys to the texts the same
copyright protection (in terms of not posting them for download) as the
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