Types of Shorthand Codes
  /b
  /m
  /h
  /j
  /a
  /d
  /g
  /y
 /ty
 /tyvm
 /mc
 /iow
 /otoh
 aamof
 /dmoc
 /ed
 /edd
 /eds
 /edg
 /edn
 /edl
 /csisd
 /csisg
 /csisy
 /cfusd
 /cfuss
 /cfusg
 /cfusn
 /cnars
 /cterm
 /cintel
 <dhs
 <cia
 <dod
 <mon
 <jan
 /dbd
 /-dbd
 <nc
 <eu
One-letter shorthand codes for the most commonly used words
Acronyms for commonly used phrases
Shortened versions of commonly used words: combine the first few letters with the ending letter
Shortened versions of commonly used words with the same prefixes: combine the first letter of the common prefix with several letters from the middle and the ending letter
Words with a common prefix: combine the first letter of the prefix with the first few letters of the remainder of the word and the ending letter
Acronyms for common hyphenated phrases: add a hyphen to the acronym shorthand
Acronyms for organizations
Abbreviation codes for countries and states
Abbreviations for days of week, months of year
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The AdvanScribe shorthand file currently contains approximately 17,000 entries. A shorthand index document grouped by TYPE will help you learn this very intuitive shorthand methodology quickly and easily!
because
money
however
judgment
always
department
government
you know,
  educate
  educated
  educates
  educating
  education
  educational
 counternarcotics
 counterterrorism
 counterintelligence
 Department of Homeland Security
 Central Intelligence Agency
 Department of Defense
Monday
January
thank you
thank you very much
Mr. Chairman
in other words
on the other hand
as a matter of fact
distinguished members of the committee
consisted
consisting
consistency
confused
confuses
confusing
confusion
day by day
day-by-day
North Carolina
European Union
Remember, a slash always precedes a shorthand code for a lowercase word. For example, if you type /b, the code will expand to "because." For formal names, like organizations, states, or countries, the greater-than or less-than symbols are used so that all words in the entry are initial-capped or all-capitalized.
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