The MiniScript system is an alternative that combines both the simplicity of speedwriting and the high writing speed of non-alphabetical shorthand. MiniScript uses a proven and popular EasyScript alphabet-based abbreviation methodology that reduces the amount of shorthand symbols to memorize by using a small set of abbreviating rules and writing actual abbreviations with special symbols. This allows you to achieve writing speeds comparable to non-alphabetical shorthand.
If abbreviations are created using the EasyScript method you will only need to remember a list of 9 special shorthand symbols representing the English alphabet. One symbol is used for three letters. For instance, letters A, B and C are written using ‘.’ by placing it on the top, middle and bottom line positions.
Combining the EasyScript method with a small set of non-alphabetical symbols enables you
MiniScript is a two-step process consisting of learning:
1) the EasyScript abbreviation method and
2) how to write EasyScript abbreviations with special non-alphabetical symbols assigned to represent an individual alphabet letter. It uses special symbols from the conventional QWERTY keyboard so if you can use a computer you can learn MiniScript.
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