That reminds me, I can't recall where I read it, but I think I am right in saying that Princess Beatrice was unaware of Lord Eshers typed transcript. An entry from both was compared I think it was a social event- and while Lord Eshers transcript contained a list of names of those present - dutifully recorded by the Queen -Princess Beatrice had left them all out, why would she do that, perhaps she thought it was too trivial? Or laziness? I am reminded of the letter Henry Ponsonby wrote complaining that Beatrice was always in a hurry to develop a photograph or paint a flower rather than read written reports to her mothwho's whos eyesight was failing.
Princess Beatrice was indeed kept in ignorance of Lord Esher's transcripts. The webpage on the Royal Collections site detailing the versions of the diary also speculates that some of Beatrice's omissions may have been due to her clearly considering some entries too trivial for inclusion - entries for whole days were left out, as well as names of servants, lists of guests, etc. Since Beatrice took 40 years to complete her work, probably speed wasn't her main driver. I fear, from your comment about the handwriting, that she took a lot of time and trouble to get things right, in her view. None of Queen Victoria's children seemed to like her book on 'Leaves from the Journal of Our Life in the Highlands' (the Prince of Wales thought it 'twaddle') and possibly Beatrice wished to alter this potential view of the Queen as preoccupied with domesticity and servants, as well as sanitising family rows, scandals and some of the Queen's very forthright views.