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 Do you look at the keys when typing?

Answer I took typing in school....in 1964 junior year. No, I don't look at my keyboard...but on a typewriter, I had to look at the numbers. With a 10 key pad, I don't have to look there, either. Sure pa... Read More »
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What Are the Home Keys in Typing?

When learning to type, it's important to have a home base, a place to keep your fingers when they're not hitting other keys. This place is called the "home row" or the "home keys," and it's easy to... Read More »
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When typing, what are the home row keys?

A,S,D and F for the left hand and J,K,L and ; for the right hand left hand = from pinky to pointer fingerright hand = from pointer to pinky
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Typing Practice: The Home Row Keys?

On a keyboard, the middle row of keys beginning with the letter A is referred to as the home row. This is where your fingers rest when not typing. From the home row, you will learn the positions ... Read More »
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Will the insurance company pay for a vehicle that is stolen while the keys are in it or running with the keys in it?

%REPLIES% Answer I've heard of some carriers attempting to include language in their policies for this sort of thing, where coverage is excluded if the vehicle is left running and/or the keys are l... Read More »
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