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Keyboarding Basics Email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://training.health.ufl.edu Num Lock / * - Num Lock / * - 7 8 9 + 7 8 9 + 4 5 6 4 5 6 Enter 1 2 3 Enter 1 2 3 0 . 0 . http://www.nimblefingers.com Do you want Nimble typing Fingers If so, you must have flexible hands. So, let's flex those hands and develop finger dexterity! Of course, others will think you are half crazy. Tell them you saw these exercises at nimblefingers.com. Touch your left and right-hand fingers and thumbs together. Stretch and flex your typing fingers. Now, pretend you are a spider. Do your "spider push-ups!" OK? Can you give me 20 quick push-ups? When typing, do not type with your fingernails. Use the pad of your fingers and strike the keys squarely. After the basic keystrokes are mastered, practice is needed to "lock in" the newly acquired skills. Typing is different on a computer keyboard than a typewriter in that you should strike (not push) each key quickly. Please do not rest your wrists on the keyboard or desk when keyboarding. http://www.clasys.com/elitetyping.html Main Screen: Full graphical user interface, which is very intuitive and simple to operate. Every item in the office operates a different activity. Login Screen: EliteTyping supports multiple users it can save separate lessons’ achievements and program settings for each individual user of the program, on the same PC. Typing Lessons Screen: The Typing Lessons mode contains 30 lessons, in which you will learn step by step how to type all the letters, the symbols and the upper row numbers (the keypad numbers are taught in the 10-Keys Lessons mode).
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