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Slasher a court 
reporting teacher tool
Slasher 1.0. The Court Reporting Teacher's Friend.
"Spend More Time Dictating And Less Time Slashing!"

As a former court reporting teacher, I know all too well the pain associated with finding new and exciting dictation materials for my students. Back in those days (1998 & 1999) I would grab just about any magazine article or book as dictation material. But then in order to dictate the text accurately -- at the designated speed -- I would have to count so many words and add a "slash" (/); count the words; add a slash. And on and on. There had to be a better way.

There Is A Better Way -- Introducing Slasher 1.0
Surely, I was not the only court reporting instructor who could use a tool such as Slasher 1.0; right? Send me a message through my blog if you like this tool. Hopefully, it's a time saver for you and your classes. Enjoy! Oh, before I forget, this Slasher 1.0 thing is intended as a free tool created to aid court reporting schools, instructors and even students. The software puts a slash every nth word. Please enjoy and make sure to double check our work -- we're pretty darn good but not perfect. The software is offered "as is." If you ever see a problem in the calculation, we definitely want to know so we can fix it! Blog entry.
Step 1 - Choose How Many Words In Between The Slash

TIME CHART:
At 60 words per minute the word count is every 15
At 70 words per minute the word count is 17.5
At 80 words per minute the word count is every 20
At 90 words per minute the word count is 22.5
At 100 words per minute the count is every 25 words
At 110 words per minute the count is 27.5
At 120 words per minute the count is every 30 words
At 130 words per minute the count is 32.5
At 140 words per minute the count is every 35 words
At 150 words per minute the count is 37.5
At 160 words per minute the count is every 40 words
At 170 words per minute the count is 42.5
At 180 words per minute the count is every 45 words
At 190 words per minute the count is 47.5
At 200 words per minute the count is every 50 words
At 225 words per minute the count is 56.5

Step 2 - Paste Your Text In Here

Step 3 - Click The Button



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