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  • LEARN TO TYPE WITH KARL AND TOM PART III – The middle row.
  • Hi Karl. Is this the home row? No Tom. That is called the “middle row”.
  • But isn’t that where the home keys are? 8 of the home keys are in the middle row.
  • They are A, S, D, F, J, K, L and :
  • … but remember Tom, the spacebar is also a home key. That’s not in the middle row. … ah, that’s right. Thanks for reminding me!.
  • That’s okay Tom. Now, let’s learn a bit more about the middle row!
  • Use the left pinky for the ‘Caps Lock’.
  • Also use the left pinky for the ‘A’.
  • Use the left ring finger for the ‘S’.
  • Use the left middle finger for the ‘D’.
  • Use the left index finger for the ‘F’.
  • Also use the left index finger for the ‘G’.
  • Use the right index finger for the ‘H’.
  • Also use the right index finger for the ‘J’.
  • Use the right middle finger for the ‘K’.
  • Use the right ring finger for the ‘L’.
  • Use the right pinky for the ‘:’.
  • Also use the right pinky for the ‘”’.
  • Also use the right pinky for the ‘Enter’ key.
  • Keep practicing. Remember, the more you practice, the better you will get.
  • Thanks Karl. I’m trying to type like you tell me, but I’m a bit slow. Well Tom, keep your fingers on the right keys. It may be slower at first, but it will soon make you a much better typist!!! Next time I’ll tell you about the bottom row.