Beginner Typing Tutorial 4


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through a vehicle of a plan,
in which we must fervently believe,
and upon which we must vigorously act.
There is no other route to success.

~ Pablo Picasso

 Exercises

Both Hands
Introducing the letter C
In this exercise you will practise using your Left Hand middle finger (no 2 green) dropping from D to bottom row C.   
Introducing the semi-colon ;
Type these phrases below using the right little finger for the semi-colon [ ; ] next to the letter L.  Semi colons are used to break connected ideas in a sentence.  Sometimes they are used for a stronger break than a comma [,] .
Introducing the SHIFT keys
To type Capital letters you will need to use the Shift keys, above the Control (Ctrl) keys on each side of the letter key block.  Left of Z and Right of



USE THE RIGHT SHIFT KEY FOR LEFT HAND CAPITALS:

(a)
hold the RIGHT Shift key (b) type the letter, (c) lift your finger off the Shift key.

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Ctrl
USE THE LEFT SHIFT KEY FOR RIGHT HAND CAPITALS:

(a) hold the LEFT Shift key (b) type the letter, (c) lift your finger off the Shift key.
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Shift
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Ctrl
INTTRODUCING THE FULL STOP [ . ]

The full stop is here........
Shift
Shift
Ctrl
Ctrl
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