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From:  Valerie Sutton
Date:  Mon Jun 15, 1998  6:05 am
Subject:  Re: Signwritten for Left-handers


On Monday, June 15, 1998, Francis Bezellain wrote:
>As I have mentioned that I am a left-handed and I was practicing
>composing/printing out a signwritten by hand.....it looks like its signwritten
>as a left-handed when looking at it. A friend of mine was here for a visit
>and she had asked me about that where if it is built into the computer, if
>there was some way where, we the signwriter, switch the "mode" to right-handed
>or left-handed.
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Congratulations, Francis, on becoming a father - I am very happy for you!

SignWriting is a totally flexible system that can be written either
left-handed or right handed - it is up to the writer. We generally publish
our materials in right-handed signing, since that is the majority of
signers, but an individual like yourself can choose to write left-handed if
you want.

The best idea is for you to learn how to type yourself - then you will see
that you can type left-handed. Why not download the shareware and learn to
type?

Download Shareware
http://www.SignWriting.org/sw128.html

If you have any problems downloading, I will be happy to send you the
shareware on a floppy disk :-)

Just write to me personally for help anytime -

Once again, congratulations!!

Valerie Sutton :-)



http://www.SignWriting.org

Sutton at the DAC
Deaf Action Committee For SignWriting
Box 517, La Jolla, CA, 92038-0517, USA
(619)456-0098 voice
(619)456-0010 tty
(619)456-0020 fax

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