The "open bracket," "close bracket,"…"backslash," "minus," and "equals" keys…may be some of the more rarely used keys on our keyboard,…but it's still important to know where they are,…and how to type them.…It's probably a good idea to make sure that…you're comfortable with all of…the letter and number keys,…before concentrating on this set of keys.…All of these keys…are located on the right side of the keyboard…and are typed using the right pinkie finger.…Let's take a look.…The "open bracket" key…is located to the right of the "p" key,…and is typed with a pretty straight forward movement…of the pinkie finger up, and to the right.…
The "close bracket" key…is located one more key to the right…and that key is followed by the "backslash" key.…Once you're comfortable with these three keys…try practicing them without looking at the keyboard…so you can get a good idea of how…the pinkie finger movement is unique for each key.…The "minus" and "equals" keys…are located on top of the keyboard,…to the right of all the number keys.…
- Summarize the most effective posture to utilize during typing.
- Identify the advantages of the DVORAK keyboard layout.
- Explain where your hands should rest on the keyboard.
- Summarize the process for effectively typing capital letters.
- Recall which finger should be used to press the function, control, option, and command keys.
- Identify the hand position used when typing using the numeric keypad.
Skill Level Beginner
1. Typing Fundamentals
2. The Home Row and Thumbs
3. Letter Keys
4. Number and Math Keys
5. Additional Keys
6. Numeric Keypad
Final practice assessment1m 33s
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