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Typing 3

1. 1. Typing IIIPresented by the Monroe County Public Library
2. 2. • Review of the top row keys• Questions?
3. 3. Now that you are feeling comfortable with the Home Rowand Top Row keys, we will move to the Bottom Row. Wewill start out with the index fingers reaching down tothe V and M keys. (From http://www/typingweb.com)
4. 4. Time for your first punctuation! Using your middle finger,reach down to the C and , (comma) keys. Practice this a fewtimes before starting the lesson. (From http://www/typingweb.com)
5. 5. Moving on down the keyboard, you will now be introducedto the X and . keys. While the X is not a common letter, youwill be typing the . key plenty, so this is a great exercise topractice. (From http://www/typingweb.com)
6. 6. It is pinky time! You will now be typing Z and / (a.k.a.slash or forward slash). These are two of the hardest keys totype, so feel free to practice this one multiple times!Luckily you dont need to type them very often. (From http://www/typingweb.com)
7. 7. Now that you are worked all your fingers out, we will bemoving back to the index fingers to learn the B and N keys. (From http://www/typingweb.com)
8. 8. Now that you have practiced each finger individually, youwill be practicing all the bottom row keys mixed together.Make sure you are keeping any finger that is not activelyreaching for a key on the Home Row at all times! (From http://www/typingweb.com)
9. 9. Its time to shift things into gear. This lesson is going toteach you to capitalize letters on your keyboard. To make aletter uppercase, hold down the SHIFT key while pressingthe letter key. It is that simple! The tip of the day is to shiftwith the hand opposite of the hand that is typing theuppercase letter. So if you type an uppercase F, you shoulduse your right hand shift. (From http://www/typingweb.com)
10. 10. Congrats on getting through all of the basics of typing!Now that this series of classes is complete, you cancontinue to login to TypingWeb and practice the new skillsyou have learned. If you have any questions along the way,you can reach me at astroud@mcpl.info.