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Is there such a thing as typing dyslexia?

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Old 11-25-10, 10:18 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Question Is there such a thing as typing dyslexia?


Some of you know I was in an auto accident years ago causing paralysis (temporary thank God) and making it hard for me to type without looking. I am improving ~18 years later but now I am having an issue mixing up letters. d & b lower case as well as m & n and i and l. there are a few more but these are the main ones. I do drift with my left hand so ASDF and in that area will always be a problem but I just want to know if there is such a thing as dyslexic typing.

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