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Whether you need to type a resume, a letter, or a bibliography, it can get done fast if you learn how to control the keys efficiently.
Step 1: Position your fingers on the keys
Position your fingers on the keyboard. Put your left little finger on the "A" and your right little finger on the semicolon. Lay your fingers one at a time on each consecutive key and place your thumbs on the space bar.
The F and J keys on most keyboards have small bumps to easily identify where your two pointer fingers should stay without having to look down.
Step 2: Learn the left hand keys
Learn what fingers control which keys. The left index finger controls the F, G, R, T, 4, 5, V, and B. The left middle finger controls the D, E, 3, and C. The left ring finger controls the S, W, 2, and x. The left little finger controls the A, Q, 1, Z, and shift.
Step 3: Learn the right hand keys
Learn what keys the fingers on the right hand type. The fingers on the right hand control the same pattern of keys as you learned on the left side.
Step 4: Use your thumb
Press the space bar with your right thumb.
Step 5: Master the shift keys
Master the shift keys with your little fingers. Press the shift key while simultaneously pressing the letter of choice to type a capital letter. If the letter is pressed by the right hand, use the left shift key, and vice versa.
Step 6: Sit up straight
Sit up straight with both feet on the floor. Position your chair and keyboard so your arms are at a 90 degree angle and are parallel to your legs. Keep your elbows next to your body and your head straight.
Try not to look down at the keys.
Step 7: Practice
Practice typing. You can learn for free online by visiting websites with touch typing tutorials. Learning the art of typing will save you tons of time over the hunt and peck method.
Did You Know?
The letters on old typewriters used to be listed alphabetically. In the late 1800s, Christopher Latham Sholes rearranged the keys to prevent jamming.
Thanks for your very interesting post, here are a few more tips on how to play the piano…
Try practicing about 1 hour every day, or just half an hour if you short of time.
Do more practice whenever you have more time. For example, on weekends you can do more than an hour, like two or 3, or even more. This is very helpful because it pulls you out of the routine of piano playing, and lets you practice more and perfect the pieces you play.
Try not to look at the dynamics in a piece, as rules you cannot break. For example, if the piece starts with an 'mp' (mezzo-piano) it only means 'moderately soft' these dynamics don't have specific volume levels. If you are practicing, you don't need to play accordingly and then have a difficulty hearing yourself, you should only play as it tells you when you are actually trying to play it properly.
Practice sight-reading and don't worry about making mistakes. This can be very helpful, because it's almost like scanning a paragraph and looking at the picture. It helps you to understand what the passage is trying to convey before you actually read it and lets you know what comes next. This is the same with music, and it can help you stop making mistakes.
(I discovered about these and more on Denelle Piano Lesson website )
I can already type at an average of 85-110 WPM on PC, and 130 WPM being my record.
Average of 35 WPM on mobile, and a record of 45 WPM.
I edited this comment because I forgot to add a full stop at the end of my first sentence.
go to typing club after 9 hour of total practice time I went from 3 wpm to 30 wpm it has videos lessons badges stats it shows you everything and yeah I checked the time (typing club tells you how much time overall how much this week and this month) it sets goals and much much more I strongly suggest it very helpful for everyone even young kids like me someone in my class went from 2 wpm to 62 very helpful website :)
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