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 Why are the keys on a typewriter arranged like they are?

Answer The arrangement of keys on our typewriters and computers may seem arbitrary, but there is actually an interesting story behind the development of what is called the "QWERTY" keyboard.Christopher Sh... Read More »
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Why are the keyboard keys of a computer not simply arranged in alphabetical order?

The keyboard design is known as the QWERTY design was created for typewriters by Christopher Sholes in 1868 when the keys were alphabetical keys kept sticking together which was a nuisance as the t... Read More »
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How to unstick typewriter keys?

Yes, but don't use a oil based spray like wd-40 on them.You will need to remove the cover so that you can get to the keys and the srtiking hammers.You will need the following materials.Small screwd... Read More »
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How to Remove Antique Typewriter Keys?

The increasing popularity of Steampunk jewelry and crafts has created a demand for antique typewriter keys. "Steampunk" refers to a subgenre of literature influenced by the Victorian period of the ... Read More »
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Why are the letters on the keyboard arranged the way they are?

Read about it here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QWERTY
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