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KeyBoarding Vocab

KeyBoarding vocabulary

Posture the position of a person'S Body while standing or sitting
alt+tab (Try IT ) switch between windows
accuracy ` the quality or state of being correct or precise.
Backspace a key on a typewriter or computer keyboard that causes the carriage or cursor to move backward.
Caps lock Caps lock is a lock key found on many computer keyboards, depending on the local keyboard layout they implement. It is located in the position of a similar Shift lock key found in some other keyboard layouts. ...
control key a key that alters the function of another key if both are pressed at the same time
Cursor Control Key Cursor controls keys are the keys on computer keyboards that move the cursor. For example, the arrow keys move cursor up, down, left and right. In addition, most keyboards have End, Home, Page Up , Page Down , and Backspace keys.
delete remove or obliterate (written or printed matter), esp. by drawing a line through it or marking it with a delete sign.
Enter/Return a key on a computer keyboard that is used to perform various functions, such as executing a command or selecting options on a menu.
Home Keys a key on a computer or typewriter keyboard that acts as the base position for one's fingers in touch-typing.
Function Keys a button on a computer keyboard, distinct from the main alphanumeric keys, to which software can assign a particular function
Gross WPM short for Gross Words Per Minute, GWAM is short for Gross Words A Minute
HardWare tools, machinery, and other durable equipment.
Homerow the row on a typewriter or computer keyboard that contains the keys (home keys) to which four fingers of each hand return as a base
WPM - WPM means Words Per Minute.
Keyboarding posture relative disposition of the parts of something. 2. the position of the limbs or the carriage of the body as a whole: poor posture; a sitting posture.
Keyboarding Shortcut A keyboard shortcut is a combination of keys that, pressed simultaneously, perform some task that ordinarily would take longer or necessitate using the mouse.
QWERTY denoting the standard layout on English-language typewriters and keyboards, having q, w, e, r, t, and y as the first keys from the left on the top row of letters.
Service Keys ServiceKey provides technology support and services to resellers, managed service providers (MSP's) ... with expertise in channel management, strategic planning, unmatched professionalism and customer service.
Shift Key A key on a typewriter that, when depressed, allows uppercase letters and certain symbols to be typed
Software the programs and other operating information used by a computer.
Spacebar a long key on a typewriter or computer keyboard for making a space between words.
PrtSc Print screen is a key present on most PC keyboards. It is typically situated in the same section as the break key and scroll lock key. The print screen may share the same key as system request.
Net WPM the speed of your typing with errors
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