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The typing made easy PPT from New Standard Keyboards

The typing made easy PPT from New Standard Keyboards



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  • Typing Made Easy! ™
    • with the
    • New Standard™ keyboard
  • Start Touch-Typing in Five Minutes!
  • We read Left-to-Right, Down the Left Page Then the Right Page
  • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
  • The 26 GREEN keys are for the 26 Letters of the Alphabet
  • Read the Alphabet A-M on the left
  • N-Z on the Right Just Like Reading a Book
  • The small groups are familiar and easy to remember A B C D N O P Q E F G H R S T U I J K L M V W X Y Z
  • The group “R S T U” is in Home Row on the right
  • “ E F G H” are Home Keys for the Left Fingers
  • The location of each group is easy to remember HOME ROW A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
  • Imagine the letters You don’t need to look! - because you already know the Alphabet
  • Now - do everything by touch Feel the gaps to find Home Row
  • When your fingers find Home, Your thumbs will be at Home on the Space keys
  • Keys are in Easy Reach from Home Place . . . Just One Step Up or Down
  • The keys are aligned with natural finger movements You could hit them blindfolded!
  • You can already touch-type each letter without looking because
        • the keys are where your
        • fingers naturally go, and
        • you already knew
        • the alphabet
  • Thumb moves to adjacent Cap Shift Key . . . For One-handed Capitals –
  • Index Finger types a Capital “N” While Thumb Presses Cap –
  • While Pinky Finger types Capital Q Thumb Selects Capitals
  • Next you need some basic punctuation .
  • 4 Punctuation marks (Blue keys) + 26 letters (Green keys) = 30 graphic character keys
  • The Comma and Period are in the Home Row … next to the Index Fingers.
  • and end with a period You know how to start with a Capital - type words and spaces WITHOUT LOOKING!
  • WOW!
  • Speed will develop with normal use. You can now do most of your normal typing by touch – with no typing drills!!
  • The patented New Standard ™ keyboard is not only easy to learn - - It is also very efficient for high-speed typing
  • The easy touch-typing skill can be extended to full computer control - - with very few additional keys to learn.
  • Typing Made Easy!
  • Typing Made Easy! ™ www.newstandardkeyboards.com
  • User-Friendly and Efficient