Hi there! I'm just curious about the ratio of formally trained CaseCAT proofers/scopists (whether it's an online program or formal court reporting school) to those who have taught themselves the program. Pros and cons?

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Hello. I taught myself the software. It’s not difficult, but it takes time. You really have to dedicate as much time as you can. Pros; you save yourself money, if you have the time. Cons: May take you a long time unless you put time to it because you have to practice what you learn over and over again until you can do it without any notes. Once you learn the basics, then practice using transcripts to proofread and make corrections using the shortcuts so you Edit transcripts faster.


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