Typing lesson 6: Lessons 1 - 4 + Shift

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Typing lessons summary

In this typing lesson, you practice typing the following uppercase letters: "E", "I", "A", "S", "D", "F", "G", "H", "J", "K", "L".

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Capital letters typing

You often have to use capital letters when typing real-life texts - not those used in typing lessons. Those who want to master fast typing with all ten fingers should learn efficient and accurate typing of capital letters, which is vital for professional written communication. The Shift key is pivotal in this process, enabling users to switch between lowercase and uppercase characters seamlessly. Holding down Shift and pressing the corresponding letter key makes capitalization effortless and intuitive. This technique ensures that proper nouns, the beginnings of sentences, and other instances requiring capitalization can be effortlessly accommodated within the text. Moreover, the Caps Lock key offers an alternative approach to typing capital letters. When activated, it allows for entire phrases or sections to be written in uppercase without continuously holding down the Shift key. This proves especially useful when conforming to specific document formatting guidelines.