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Keyboarding Vocabulary I Finals Study Basic Computer
Keyboarding Vocabulary I Backspace Backspace A key that moves the cursor back one space at a time; it also erases characters
Keyboarding Vocabulary I Caps Lock Caps Lock The key that capitalizes all letters
Keyboarding Vocabulary I Control Control A key that does nothing by itself but when pressed with another key; it changes the normal effect of that key
Keyboarding Vocabulary I Enter Enter A key that moves the cursor down to the next line and enters in system commands; sometimes labeled the Return key
Keyboarding Vocabulary I Escape Escape A key that is used to cancel a function or exit part of a program
Keyboarding Vocabulary I Insert Insert A key that is used to add or place a word, sentence, or paragraph into text
Keyboarding Vocabulary I Keyboard Keyboard An input device attached to a computer that has a set of keys in rows with letters or numbers on them
Keyboarding Vocabulary I Shift Shift A key that capitalizes a letter when pressed with that letter key
Keyboarding Vocabulary I Tab Tab A key that moves the cursor to a preset place
Keyboarding Vocabulary I Word Processing Word Processing The act of typing documents on a computer with the ability to change, add to, or reprint a document without retyping it
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