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post #31 of 35
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Originally Posted by mr.orange View Post
Doubt it. You should see my messy ass room lol.

Sometimes I won't clean for a whole week.
only a week?

usually i read ~5 just to skim and make sure the dates are correct.
post #32 of 35
Thread Starter 
^^^

oh lawd, is that clean by most people's standards or what?

man I think this thread's dead. There's really nothing else to say
post #33 of 35

I need to look at my keyboard while typing more than most people, so I will read my email once upon completion to check for errors. But once is enough for me. I also run a rule in Outlook to defer delivery for 2 minutes, because I used to occasionally hit send without attaching the attachments (but would always realize it immediately afterward).

post #34 of 35
Thread Starter 
^^^ do you, what do they call it, peck the keyboard with one finger?

I recommend taking a typing class. It will greatly enhance your keyboarding skills and you'll thank yourself for it. it's a little tough at first but once you get over that, you'll be typing 60/wpm. I'm surprised at how many people don't know how to type at work. or at how bad they are @ writing emails. Most of the time their emails read like someone who doesn't speak english wrote them. it's mainly the older folks at my job that do this.

sending emails without attachments ffffuuuu.gif
post #35 of 35

It's far from a one-finger peck, I get all of my fingers involved, but I just don't use the proper fingers for each key. That's why I need to look down, to check where I'm at. I just did an online speed test for curiousity - 46 wpm. Not bad, but I see room for improvement; thanks for the suggestion.

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