I had taken typing in my senior year at Jefferson High School in Roanoke Virgina and wondering why in the world was I taking typing, and when I got to seminary I realize why.
When I took this class, I thought I am going to type the notes from the class. The paper I used was called onion paper and was very thin, and I used 169 pages. And I received a A for the class and a D for the spelling.
Then I thought I would do a little extra work so I used the book and typed the outlines. And used regular paper and had 239 pages. I have used these notes a number of times in the churches where I have been over the last 45 years.