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13 February 2013

Read the Stuff You Know

When having difficulty transcribing or reading a specific word on a document or record, focus initially on words and phrases you know. Many records contain boilerplate text with words that you can reasonably "guess" without initially being able to read. This can help you see how the writer makes certain letters, helping you interpret those words with which you are not so familiar.

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