Left-hand typing rules for lesson 13
The character "v" can be typed by pressing the key "V" while holding the keys Alt and Shift. We press the keyboard key "V" by moving the finger from the key "F" to "V".
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 13
The character "m" can be typed by pressing the key "M" while holding the keys Alt and Shift. We press the keyboard key "M" by moving the finger from the key "J" to "M".
After typing the letters, the right-hand fingers should naturally return to their base position on the keyboard.
The lowermost keyboard row with letters
The lowest row of keys containing letters on most keyboards is usually the shortest in terms of key count of characters and demands more effort when pressing its keys. This is the row of keyboard keys above the row with space. Reaching for the keys on the bottom keyboard row often requires slightly bending the fingers while keeping the wrists relatively steady and the arms mostly still during typing. An unmistakable annoyance can arise when trying to press a key from the lowest row with a fingertip but inadvertently using a fingernail instead. If you have long fingernails, you may need to create your own technique of pressing keys, use a keyboard with less key travel, e.g., a flat keyboard produced by Apple, or use a laptop's built-in low-profile keyboard.