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and

The Mystery of Keyboarding


Menu

Home Row

Click

on

the

bone

Technique

Documents

Quiz


Home Row

Facts

A

S

D

F

J

K

L

;

Continue


A

S

D

F

J

K

L

;

Home RowFacts

  • Home Row is the location on the keyboard that your fingers should rest upon. It is essentially the same on all computers.

Menu


Be a

Scooby Doo

Not a

Scooby Don't


The

Importance

of

Proper

Technique


The

Importance

of

Proper

Technique

Continue


Technique

Your Keyboarding Technique Requires Attention to:

  • Body Position

  • Eyes

  • Hands

  • Feet

Click on the

arrow to

learn more!

Menu


Continue

Eyes

Scooby Doo’s

  • Your eyes should be on the text you are copying

    Scooby Doon’ts

  • You should NOT watch your fingers


Continue

Hands

Scooby Doo’s

  • Your fingers should be on home row

    Scooby Doon’ts

  • You should NOT rest your palms while you key


Continue

Feet

Scooby Doo’s

  • Your feet should be flat on the floor side by side

    Scooby Doon’ts

  • You should NOT cross your legs, or wrap your feet around the chair


Menu

Menu

Documents

  • Personal Business Letter

  • Business Letter

  • MLA Report

Click on the words to learn more.


Personal Business Letter

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words to

learn more!

The Basic Facts

  • Return Address

  • Date

  • Letter Address

  • Salutation

  • Body

  • Complimentary Close

  • Name of Writer

Documents


Return Address & Date

  • In personal-business letters, the return address consists of a line for the

    • street address and one for the

    • city, state, and ZIP Code.

  • Key the month, day, and year on the line below the city, state, and ZIP Code


Letter Address & Salutation

  • Key the first line of the letter address a quadruple space below the date. A personal title (Miss, Mrs., Mrs., Ms.) or a professional title is typically used before the receiver's name.

  • Key the salutation (greeting) a double space below the letter address.


Body

  • Begin the letter body (message) a double space below the salutation. Single space the paragraph with a double space between paragraphs.


Complimentary Close &Name of Writer

  • Key the complimentary close (farewell) a double space below the last line of the body.

  • Key the name of the writer a quadruple space below the complimentary close. The name may be preceded by a

  • personal title.


Business Letter

Click on the

words to

learn more!

The Basic Facts

  • Letterhead

  • Date

  • Letter Address

  • Salutation

  • Body

  • Complimentary Close

  • Name of Writer

Documents


Letterhead

  • Letterhead is preprinted stationery that typically has a company logo.

  • Letterhead contains the companies return address information.


MLA Report

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words to

learn more!

The Basic Facts

  • Margins & Page Numbers

  • Spacing

  • First Page Information

  • Long Quotations

  • Works Cited

Documents


MLA Report

Margins

  • One-inch top, side, and bottom margins

    Page Numbers

  • Keyed at the right margin one-half inch from the top edge of the paper. The writer’s last name precedes the page number


MLA Report

Spacing

  • The entire report is double spaced.

  • This includes the Works Cited page


MLA Report

First Page

  • Information normally found on a title page is keyed on the first page of the report at the left margin.

  • The information is double-spaces and should include:

    • Writer’s Name

    • Instructor’s Name

    • Course Title

    • Date


MLA Report

Long Quotations

  • Quoted text of more than four lines is set off from the rest by indenting the text 1-inch.


MLA Report

Works Cited

  • Listed alphabetically by author.

  • Hanging indent (first line at margin-additional lines are indented 0.5-Inch


Quiz

Home row is different on all computers

True

False


A

S

D

F

J

K

L

;

Home RowFacts

  • Home Row is the location on the keyboard that your fingers should rest upon. It is essentially the same on all computers.


Quiz

Home row is made up of the letters QWERTY

True

False


Home Row

Facts

A

S

D

F

J

K

L

;


Quiz

While keying you should rest your palms on the keyboard

True

False


Hands

Scooby Doo’s

  • Your fingers should be on home row

    Scooby Doon’ts

  • You should NOT rest your palms while you key


Quiz

While keying your feet should be flat on the floor

True

False


Feet

Scooby Doo’s

  • Your feet should be flat on the floor side by side

    Scooby Doon’ts

  • You should NOT cross your legs, or wrap your feet around the chair


Quiz

While keying you should watch your hands

True

False


Eyes

Scooby Doo’s

  • Your eyes should be on the text you are copying

    Scooby Doon’ts

  • You should NOT watch your fingers


Quiz

Letterhead is not used by companies

True

False


Letterhead

  • Letterhead is preprinted stationery that typically has a company logo.

  • Letterhead contains the companies return address information.


Quiz

The complimentary close is a farewell

True

False


Complimentary Close &Name of Writer

  • Key the complimentary close (farewell) a double space below the last line of the body.

  • Key the name of the writer a quadruple space below the complimentary close. The name may be preceded by apersonal title.


Quiz

The greeting is keyed after the letter body

True

False


Letter Address & Salutation

  • Key the first line of the letter address a quadruple space below the date. A personal title (Miss, Mrs., Mrs., Ms.) or a professional title is typically used before the receiver's name.

  • Key the salutation (greeting) a double space below the letter address.


Quiz

MLA Reports have 1½ - inch Side Margins

True

False


MLA Report

Margins

  • One-inch top, side, and bottom margins

    Page Numbers

  • Keyed at the right margin one-half inch from the top edge of the paper. The writer’s last name precedes the page number


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