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This tends to confirm that you have not worked enough on your touch typing. If you slow down a lot, or even if you stop typing and, despite this, you hesitate to find the key to type, it means your touch typing is deficient. Well, I don't really hesitate to find keys, but it still happens that I mi...
- Sat Mar 03, 2018 9:21 am
- Forum: General discussions
- Topic: Wrists and keyboard turning
- Replies: 3
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I find it best to 1) keep the keyboard sitting on a straight line horizontally, 2) type with your elbows about 2 inches from your sides and 3) keep the left edge of your computer in line with the outer edge of your left eye.
It's best to use your right pinkie. Thanks Todd,, yes I do use my right pinkie,, but it is worse than my right ring,, especially returning to home row,, just wondering if this is normal or should I learn some other technique?. Thanks You won't have to worry about returning to the home row if you si...