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Allocation of fingers on keys

Plz let me know the right finger allocation on the keys which will assist me in fast typing without seeing the keys of the keyboard

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HOME KEYS: Left index finger goes on the "F" (you should feel a small bump on the key), left middle finger --> "D", left third finger --> "S", and left pinkie finger --> "A". Right index finger --> "J" (feel bump), right middle finger --> "K", right third finger --> "L", and right pinkie finger --> ";" (semi-colon/colon key). Both thumbs rest on the space bar While the fingers basically stay on those keys, you stretch up & down for the keys closest to the "home keys" (example: use pinkie for "enter" key on the right; use left index finger for "R" and "T). It takes a little while to get used to this but it's the proper way to type, and it is efficient so once you get used to it, you'll be typing like a pro!!

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How to Position Hands on a Keyboard?


"Touch typing" is where you want to look...

Left center (left traffic) finger located above the "F" key...

((check it out: feel the key with your finger tip))...

~~Right center (traffic) finger located above the "J" key...

((check it out: feel the key with your RIGHT finger tip))

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Very slow in typing and want o know the exact location of fingers while typing


Hi there!
The left hand index finger is on F and the right hand index finger is on J. There rest are follow the next keys.
You can improve your typing by go to this website: http://www.rapidtyping.com/typing-tutor.html
Play and Learn as the same time.
Hope this will help.
Thanks for reading

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The right position of the finger in the keyboard,on what particular letters do each finger were assigned.


I don't know exactly what you're asking here, but if you mean the home keys, where your fingers are supposed to rest for touch typing, then it's: ASDF for the left hand, and JKL: for the right. Index fingers on F&J, middle fingers on D&K, so on.

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I can't type fast and can't type without looking at the keys. i want to seldom look at the keys while typing. i can';t also type using the right fingers that should touch each key.


this isn't really a problem with a quick solution. it took me years to perfect this when i was still in high school.
basically you follow a simple principle.
you have home keys on the left hand they are A,S,D,F and on the right J,K,L,;, from these keys you can touch any other key in the board without moving your whole hand to do it.
it is very frustrating and a tiresome process but if your willing to learn it, give it a go. just try typing articles you see in the paper or anything else like that.
hope this helps

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I tried hardly to learn typing fast by assisting on some training courses on Internet but I still looking to the Keyboard & have many mistakes . I have also a problem in keeping my fingers in the...


Hello, Place your finger on the right hand side ( it should be ": l k j") and on the left (it should be "a s d f"). then remember something easy to type and type slowly letter you get better. Please vote me.

Mar 25, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I am a slow typer in keyboard,what can i do to make my typing fast? And i want to learn more about the techniques how to type faster. thank you


Ok, here's the short version.
On the "F" key, there is a bump or a line which you can feel reaised above the key. There is also one on the "J" key. Your left index finger rests on the "F" key and your right index finger rests on the "J" key. the rest of your fingers rest on the keys leading out from those keys. Your fingers can use the keys the key they rest on and the keys above and below that position eg, left index finger operates keys "F, T&V" keys and so on. Try to train yourself to only use certain fingers for certain keys. After a whilw, it will become more natural and your speed will increase.
Also, Google "Touch-typing" for more tips and probably exorcises to help you.

Good luck.

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I peck my key board,what,s the for me to learn my keys on the key board


I'm a 'Hunt and Peck' keyboardist myself. (Took typing in school too! lol! {TOO long ago} Up to 60 words a second with no mistakes :)

Tips I have picked up:

Part of the Alemna method is to memorize certain key letters for the Index finger of the Left hand, and Index finger of the Right hand.

The Left Index finger types the letters,
R, F, V, T G, and B.
Hard to remember is what Alemna states, unless you use a simple memory pattern.
Run From Vicky To Get Becky

The Right Index finger types the letters,
Y, H, N, U, J, M
You Have Nothing Uncle Joe's Mad

12 letters of the 26 letter alphabet.

Now here are two videos of basic typing,

1) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3kEcNDYPls&feature=channel

2) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axfXFqXbhhM&feature=related

You can also find more information to the right in > Related videos.

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joecoolvette

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Hi, i am vivek & i want to know about the J & F key in my laptop as they have small dashed line at the bottom of them why is it so


Those are for knowing where to position your index fingers on both hands when you want to use 10 fingers typing on the keyboard. They help you to automatically place your fingers correctly without looking at the keys, just by feeling the bumps.

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Fingers position on the key board ,can you display that?


Hii,
The exact fingers position on the keyboard is as following
For Left Hand
Little finger on A, Ring finger on S,Middle finger on D and Index finger on F
For Right Hand
Little finger on ;, Ring finger on L,Middle finger on K and Index finger on J
You can gain speed by placing your finger this way..GO for it

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Tap feature on MAcbook 2.4Ghz 2GB


I am running mac OS 10.5.5 and Win XP using parallels.  You need to make sure the system preferences in the mac OS to allow two fingers for secondary click using the trackpad. This allows you to right click in Win XP.
I find using two fingers and clicking the button works more reliably in windows xp.  I usually have to try two finger tapping a few times.

To right click by tapping: Go to System Preferences and choose Keyboard & Mouse.  Select "Clicking" and "Tap trackpad using two fingers for secondary click". This allows you to tap the trackpad with two fingers side by side to get the "right click" effect.  You can also right click without tapping with this setting.
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To right click without tapping:
Go to System Preferences and choose Keyboard & Mouse.  Select "For secondary clicks, place two fingers on the trackpad then click the button". This allows you to right click by placing two fingers on the trackpad and then clicking the mouse button. 0acf97a.png

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