No, I don’t have one yet. I need to come up with something though!

]]>Hi! Sorry for the late reply. For time, I write the numbers, then I write KL-K. I have that defined to automatically put in the colon. For dollars, I write the numbers, then DL*F, which is defined to put a dollar sign in front. For dollars and cents, I write SDL*F, which will add the decimal and the dollar sign. Hopefully this makes sense ðŸ™‚

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First off, congrats on reaching the end of theory!

I actually use both the bar and the write out method, it just depends on what number it is. Naturally, I write 1-10 out. But there are just some numbers that come up a lot and they’re easy to write out. That being said, when someone is rattling off six digit numbers really fast, I’ve found it faster to just use the number bar. What it comes down to, I think, is use whatever is comfortable for you, and it’s definitely not a “choose one over the other” situation. If you have any other questions, let me know ðŸ™‚

Thanks, I’m on my last lesson of theory and the number bar is what we’re going over. I’m using your approach above since my instructor gave me the green light. I’m wavering over whether to stick with the number bar though, or use a numbering system and ditch the number bar altogether. Some say it’s more accurate. Easier to figure out a word that’s been misstroked, rather than a number. What do you think?

]]>I’m trying to come up with a system to write three digit numbers, but haven’t had success. But if I were to write 132, I would write 1 on the number bar and then 2EU3. They should stitch together without you having to write the HUN.

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