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Proper Keyboarding Technique. Proper Keyboarding Technique. Proper keyboarding technique includes:. Correct Posture Correct Arm and Hand Position Correct Keystroking Technique. Posture. Spine straight leaning slightly forward Centered in front of keyboard

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proper keyboarding technique

Proper Keyboarding Technique

Proper Keyboarding Technique

proper keyboarding technique includes
Proper keyboarding technique includes:
  • Correct Posture
  • Correct Arm and Hand Position
  • Correct Keystroking Technique
posture
Posture
  • Spine straight leaning slightly forward
  • Centered in front of keyboard
  • Comfortable distance from keyboard
  • Feet flat 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 keystroking technique
Proper Keystroking 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.