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Typing Terms

TermDefinition
keyboard Input device used to enter characters and commands into programs
qwerty An official name for the style of input device used in our class
mouse Input device used to move the pointer around the screen and select commands
CPU A hardware device that accepts both input and output communications
monitor A hardware device that displays the output from a CPU
window A software term that describes an area in which a program is working
minimize A function button within a window that stops the program and removes it from the window
resize A function button within a window that shrinks the viewable area into the task bar
Microsoft Word Software program used to produce documents
address bar When using an internet browser this is the location of the website
website In the world wide web this is where information is stored which we access
shift Two keys on the keyboard used to create a capital letter or other character
enter Two keys on the keyboard used in place of a mouse click or execute a function
control-alt-delete These keys combine to allow a user to access the log in or task manager functions
windows key This key allows access to the software programs on a computer
home row These keys are the anchor point to where your fingers should be (asdf jkl;)
anchor Two keys on the keyboard that have a raised mark to feel your way (f j)
Created by: Mr. Daigler