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Keyboarding Ms. Gates. C182. Proper Keyboarding Technique. Correct Posture Correct Arm and Hand Position Correct Key Stroking Technique. Posture. Sit Straight Up Centered in front of keyboard Comfortable distance from keyboard Feet on floor, slightly apart. Arm and Hand Position.

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proper keyboarding technique
Proper Keyboarding Technique
  • Correct Posture
  • Correct Arm and Hand Position
  • Correct Key Stroking Technique
posture
Posture
  • Sit Straight Up
  • Centered in front of keyboard
  • Comfortable distance from keyboard
  • Feet on floor, slightly apart
arm and hand position
Arm and Hand Position
  • Arms relaxed; elbows naturally close to body
  • Forearms nearly parallel with slope of keyboard
wrists and fingers
Wrists and Fingers
  • Fingers curved, tips of fingers resting lightly on keys
  • Wrists low, but palms of hands not resting on the keyboard
  • Hands and wrists "quiet," almost motionless
proper key stroking technique
Proper Key Stroking Technique
  • Use the tips of your fingers to operate the assigned keys
  • Use a circular, pecking motion (down and inward)
if you do this
IF YOU DO THIS . . .
  • You will type faster.
  • You will make fewer mistakes.
  • You will be able to type longer without getting as tired.
  • It will be less likely that you will have health problems with your hands and wrists.