Computer Typing Made Simple
Hutchinson and Hutchinson
I will say, in my professional opinion, computer typing is not that different from regular typing. I can say that the exercises and drills, look very similar to my high school typing book. Other than function keys and some other small differences, I am not sure what makes this book specifically computer typing.
When I started teaching computer classes for my library, it was obvious who learned from a typing class. The enter key or what used to be called the return, was used at the end of a row, unlike the computer enter key that was used after a paragraph. I also had to break myself of the habit of 2 spaces after the sentence, since this was a hard rule in typing class.
This book isn’t much help for modern students. Typewriters were still the king in the mid 1980s, in most offices. It wasn’t until the mid 1990s that computers were the default office equipment. As late as 2005, my library was still using a typewriter for spine labels.