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AR Unit 1 KB Terms

AR Unit 1 Keyboarding Terms

executes commands with other key(s) Alternate or Control Keys
moves the insertion point in the direction indicated by the arrow on each key Arrow Keys
deletes the character to the left of the insertion point Backspace
capitalizes all letters when locked down Caps Lock Key
removes the character to the right of the insertion point Delete Key
causes the insertion point to move to the left margin and down to the next line Enter Key
closes a software menu or dialog box Escape Key
special keys located at the top of the keyboard (F1, F2, F3, etc.) that are used alone or with the Ctrl, Alt, and Shift keys to execute software commands Function Keys
the number of standard words keyed in one minute GWAM
is the physical parts of a computer system such as the monitor, keyboard, and the hard drive Hardware
the keys where you place your fingers to begin keying; a s d f for the left hand and j k l ; for the right hand Home Keys
the correct seating position taught when developing typing skills Keyboarding Posture
special keys that allow you to use the computer to perform specific functions Service Keys
makes capital letters and certain symbols when used with those keys Shift Key
programs and routines that control the functioning of a computer Software
inserts space between words and sentences Space Bar
moves the insertion point to a preset position Tab Key
causes text to move automatically to a new line when the current line is full Word Wrap
Created by: MsDahl