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Keyboard Training Instruction by: Connie Hutchison & Christopher McCoy
We are going to learn: Similarities between a typewriter and a computer keyboard. Differences between a typewriter and a computer keyboard.
Similarities Between Computer Keyboards & Typewriters
Layout of Alphabetic Keys QWERTY
Use shift key to capitalize letters and to use special characters above the numbers in the number row..
The enter key forces a new line of text.
Layout of Numeric Keypad
Differences Between Computer Keyboards & Typewriters
Back Space and Delete Keys
Modifier Keys ALT, CTRL, & Shift used with other keys to perform computer shortcuts.
Modifier Key Example: If you type Zo and then hold down the alt key while typing 0235 you will get the name below. Zoë
Modifier Key Example: Pressing the Alt, F, X keys will exit the program.
Function Keys at the top of the keyboard F1 – F12
F1 opens the help menu for the active open program.
Arrow Keys – move the cursor or selected object in the direction indicated by the arrow.
Home and End Keys
Page Up and Page Down Keys Automatically jumps to the next page up or down in a document or web page.
Time To Practice!
Keyboard Techniques. Left and Right Hand Keys Left Hand KeysRight Hand Keys.
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