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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!!

-Professional Typist-

Posted on Jul 04, 2008

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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.
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This site might be helpful
http://www.wikihow.com/Type
Also you can check your typing speed here:
http://speedtest.10-fast-fingers.com/

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