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The way to Write Shorthand (Teeline, Pitman, or Gregg)

The way to Write Shorthand (Teeline, Pitman, or Gregg)

Jennifer Mueller, JD

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Doctor of Laws, Indiana University

This article was co-authored by wikiHow Staff Writer, Jennifer Muller, JD. Jennifer Muller is a wikiHow content creator. She specializes in reviewing, fact-checking, and evaluating wikiHow’s content to ensure completeness and accuracy. Jennifer earned her JD degree in 2006 from Indiana University Maurer School of Law. This article has been viewed 753,207 times.

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To write shorthand, start by choosing a method of shorthand you want to learn, such as the Telly method, the Pitman method, or the Gregg method. Whatever method you choose, try to practice writing at least once a day as regular practice will help you learn it quickly. You can make some flashcards to help you practice, and you can have a copy of the shorthand alphabet on hand so you have something to reference. If you’re serious about learning shorthand, consider taking an online shorthand class or hiring a tutor. Keep reading to learn how to write using the Tellin, Pitman, and Greg methods!

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