Applied Keyboarding, Volume 1
Lee R. Beaumont, Ownby, Jon A. Shank, Jack P. Hoggatt
South-Western Publishing Company, 1994 - Electronic data processing - 80 pages
Speed and accuracy are stressed as students master basic keyboarding and optional word processing skills. including use of alphabetic keys, numeric keys, and document formatting.
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2-line groups aligned Apply arrow keys BAR ALT CONTROL BUSINESS LETTERS caps lock column comma Computer users CONDITIONING PRACTICE CONTROL ALT SPACE copy correct Ctrl defaults Delete Depress document Drill DS between 2-line errors faster pace fig/sym figures File name find gwam Format and key gwamV 11 hard returns highlighted HORIZONTAL CENTERING IBM PC insert Key each line Key the lines keyboard left margin lesson line twice SS lines once memos November 18 once as shown once SS Parade of Homes paragraph personal-business letter pointer finger PRACTICE each line Proofread punctuation quick-snap keystrokes reach Rekey RETURN SHIFT right margin screen sentences Set tabs SHIFT ALT CONTROL SKILL speed spell check SS alphabet strike Return tab stops Table Take top margin twice SS slowly typewriter Typewriter users UNBOUND REPORTS underline word processing features WordPerfect writing on line