Stenography, or “shorthand,” is a writing system designed to increase speed and/or space-efficiency, most often used in journalism, medical, legal, and business environments to transcribe the spoken word. The inside covers provide a range of useful information from the history of stenography and an abbreviations guide, to temperature conversions, planetary distances from the sun, a hobo symbol quick reference guide and more. Frankly, we wonder how we ever got by without one open on our desks at all times.
• 6″ by 9″ with a black Double-O Wiring spiral at the top so it lies flat, open or closed
• 80 pages of 70# “Bright White” paper
• Gregg-ruled with a fine, soy-based application of “Double Knee Duck Canvas” light brown ink
• The covers are Newark Paperboard Mills 60 pt. “Super Duty Chipboard,” with a screen-printed 1-Color application of “Dictation Smudge” black ink
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