Ah, the challenges of life! I was in third grade when I taught myself to type. Yep... on the old Underwood typewriter! You remember: the ones that clicked every time you hit a key.. it went zing, zing, zing, zing, zing, and boing! As it hit the end of the row. I had to take my right hand off the keys, hit the knob and send the carrier back to the left side of the machine and start all over on the next line of my composition.
And I was FAST! And it was FUN!
Come to today. I'm working on a ten-year-old computer. My six-year-old computer is at the tech's home where he is attempting to bring it into something that works. I have not caught up with the world today. I did open a new membership to help with part of my problem, but I think the answer is a new(er) computer. The problem with that is that I have to learn how to use it. I started way back when and now need a computer called Windows 10. I have no idea what that means. What it means is that I have to learn something new again. Why couldn't they make the first one work? Why do we have to change what we know every few years? And I can't even go into Apple or Chrome because then I REALLY don't know anything about THEM!
So please bear with me while I wait on the return of something that I promise I will learn how to use. I promise!