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Iinstructions on how to transcribe materials from an audio tape, and
Instrunctions on how to transcribe notes from an electronic whightboard printout, and

Instructions on how overhead transparencies can be produced using the computer and photocopier.

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Instructions on how to transcribe materials from an audio tape, and Instrunctions on how to transcribe notes from an electronic whightboard printout, and Instructions on how overhead transparencies can be produced using the computer and photocopier.

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