Left-hand typing rules for lesson 10
The character "q" can be typed by pressing the key "Q" while holding the keys Alt and Shift. We press the keyboard key "Q" by moving the finger from the key "A" to "Q".
After typing the letters, the left-hand fingers should naturally return to their base position in the keyboard home row (where the CapsLock key is located).
Right-hand typing for lesson 10
The character "p" can be typed by pressing the key "P" while holding the keys Alt and Shift. We press the keyboard key "P" by moving the finger from the key ";" to "P".
After typing the letters, the right-hand fingers should naturally return to their base position on the keyboard.
Touch typing saves you time
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