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CSA1 Obj. 1.01

Keyboarding Technique Terms

TermDefinition
Technique The form and keying style that a typist uses while operating the keyboard.
Touch-Method To key by touch rather than by the hunt-and-peck method.
Posture The way the typist sits; the way the typist's arms, wrists, fingers, legs and feet are placed.
Work Area Arrangement of the keyboard, copy, mouse, and other materials on the desk.
Alphabetic Keys Letter keys on the keyboard
Enter Used to move the cursor down a line
GWAM (Gross Words a Minute) The number of keystrokes a typist can make in a timed period.
Space Bar Used to insert spaces between characters.
Standard Keyboarding Word Five characters or any combination of five characters and spaces.
Created by: psh325a