Left-hand typing rules for lesson 7
The character "r" can be typed by pressing the key "R" while holding the keys Alt and Shift. We press the keyboard key "R" by moving the finger from the key "F" to "R".
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 7
The character "u" can be typed by pressing the key "U" while holding the keys Alt and Shift. We press the keyboard key "U" by moving the finger from the key "J" to "U".
After typing the letters, the right-hand fingers should naturally return to their base position on the keyboard.
Space bar pressing while typing on the keyboard
In touch typing, where typing efficiency and accuracy are paramount, the space bar is a crucial yet often overlooked keyboard component. It serves as the bridge between words, ensuring that our sentences are not just a jumbled mess of characters. The general rule suggests using the left or right thumb depending on which hand you last used for typing, promoting a balanced rhythm. However, it's common for people who use the touch typing technique to develop their preferred habit, often sticking to one thumb for convenience. AgileFingers teaches how to avoid this habit. AgileFingers has no specific lessons for using a space bar, as it is used throughout all keyboard typing lessons. This key is the most commonly used key when typing, that's why it can be typed with two different thumbs to make these fingers less tired. You should not underestimate space bar typing rules.