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30 Apr - 4 min - Uploaded by NCH Software This tutorial guides you through the basics of touch typing using KeyBlaze typing tutor. Touch Typing Study. Home; Lesson 1. Touch typing basics; New keys: Home row · Hints · New key drill 1 · New key drill 2 · Key drill 1 · Key drill 2 · Word drill New keys: Home row - Key drill 2 - Key drill 1 - Word drill. Basic Position in Ten Finger Typing. Feel the bumps on the F and J keys. The bumps are there to guide you to position your fingers on the keyboard wihout looking. Place your index fingers on the F and J keys. Your fingers should lightly touch the keys. This is the "Basic Position".
Beginner Typing Lesson 1 - Part 1 (Home Keys and Basic Drills) The two images below shows the Home Keys for the left and right hand. They are called the Home Keys because these are the keys your fingers must return to after typing any other key. The first image shows correct finger position for Home Keys. Typing Games - Beginner Typing Lesson 2 - eBOOK - Typing Success. Learn touch typing online using TypingClub's free typing courses. It includes typing games, typing tests and videos. Learn basic touch typing skills. Please focus on accuracy and speed will come with time and practice.
Touch typing. Typing zones on a QWERTY keyboard for each finger. Home row keys are circled. Learning to touch type. Start position with fingers on the home row. Standard finger placement on a QWERTY keyboard. Touch typing simulator free online. Microsoft Natural Keyboard Pro, circa The Kinesis keyboard. Typing lesson on proper seat posture and finger placement on the keyboard. Basics of Touch Typing. Touch typing basically means using all ten fingers to type. Each key on the keyboard is associated with a specific finger.