how to tipe
Position your fingers on the keyboard. Put your left little finger on the "A" and your right little finger on the semicolon. Lay your fingers one at a time on each consecutive key and place your thumbs on the space bar. The F and J keys on most keyboards have small bumps to easily identify where your two pointer fingers should stay without having to look down. During the lessons on the screen you will see the keyboard layout, it will help you understand where the letters are, to find them with your fingers without looking at the keyboard. Be sure to use only the right fingers to dial each of the letters. Always return your fingers to the original 'ASDF JKL;' position. When typing, imagine the location of the character on the keyboard. Learn what fingers control which keys. Over time, your fingers will stop feeling these keys and the need to navigate them will disappear. The tips of the fingers will be in the hinged position, the fingers at a height of a couple of millimeters, this will indicate the transition to a higher level of skill, but it is not necessary to accelerate, it only hurts, albeit naturally everything will turn out. The left index finger controls the g, f, t, r, 4, 5, b, and v. The left middle finger controls the d, c, e, and 3. The left ring finger controls the w, s, x, and 2. The left little finger controls the z, 1, q, a, and shift. Learn what keys the fingers on the right hand type. The fingers on the right hand control the same pattern of keys as you learned on the left side. Press the space bar with your right thumb. Master the shift keys with your little fingers. Press the shift key while simultaneously pressing the letter of choice to type a capital letter. If the letter is pressed by the right hand, use the left shift key, and vice versa. Sit up straight with both feet on the floor. The main secret of the method of blind spotted print is to be in the lightness and clarity of fragmentary sharp points, with the obligatory return of the fingers after each touch in the starting position of the fingers. On the Space key, we hit the thumb of the hand that is not engaged at the last key press. Position your chair and keyboard so your arms are at a 90 degree angle and are parallel to your legs. Keep your elbows next to your body and your head straight. Try not to look down at the keys.