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The entrapment of the medium nerve in the carpal tunnel, swelling of the nerves and tendons will occur in the wrist.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)
The willingness to work well with others to reach a common goal.
Cooperativeness
A file that is used to store data with which the programs work.
Data File
A computer file that contains the names of a group of files on a topic; also known as a folder.
Directory
The science of designing equipment and workspace for a comfortable and safe working environment.
Ergonomics
A file that contains machine language instructions for the computer.
Executable File
The three letter suffix attached to a file name that identifies the type of file.
Extension
A unique name given to a document or file so that it can be saved and retrieved.
Filename
Documents created using software.
Files
The logical location created by the user to store files.
Folder
The quality or state of being honest; to be decent, trustworthy, truthful, sincere.
Honesty
Doing what needs to be done without being told to do it.
Initiative
The quality or state of being loyal; to be faithful to a cause, principle, or person.
Loyalty
A software feature used to create a name for a collection of files and documents.
New Folder
Refers to keeping things in a predictable place or arranging things in an orderly manner.
Organization
The quality or state of being productive; to make good use of your time; to have an acceptable finished product.
Productivity
Occurs when someone performs a task repeatedly causing the build up of irritating waste products in the muscles.
Repetitive Stress Injury (RSI)
Willingness to accept an obligation and to be accountable for an action or situation.
Responsibility
A file that is used by the operating system for a variety of purposes.
System File
The form and keying style that a typist uses while operating the keyboard.
Technique