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Touch typing lesson 03
The first row of the keyboard, the Z-X-C-V-B row cannot claim the relevant importance in the pursuit of touch typing of the home row. Nor can it contest the international fame or high profile of the hard working QWERTY row. But there is one way in which it can surpass them both. Once you have mastered the first row you will have learnt all the alpha keys on the keyboard, the most popular punctuation keys, and have completed three lessons of our five lesson course. Bravo!
In keeping with the intensive nature of our course and to keep your interest at a fever pitch we shall introduce capitals in this lesson. Your keyboard should have two shift keys, one to the left, one to the right. The proficient typist will use the little finger of their inactive hand to operate one of the shift keys when capitals are required.
Version: 11.1(01 Oct 2007)
Version: 10(10 Oct 2006)
Tags: | Lesson | Typing | Touch
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