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Letter keys on the keyboard.
Alphabetic keys
Used with other keys to access functions that are built into the software.
Alt (Alternate)
Moves the cursor to the left, right, up and down.
Arrow keys
Used to delete text to the left of the cursor.
Backspace
Locks the alphabetic keys in uppercase.
Caps lock
Used with other keys to execute a command and to perform functions.
Ctrl (Control)
Moves the cursor in the direction of the arrow (arrow keys).
Cursor movement
Used to delete text at the cursor position and to the right of the cursor.
Delete
Moves the cursor to the end of a line.
End key
Used to move the cursor down a line.
Enter/return
Exits unwanted menus and dialog boxes.
ESC (Escape)
The number of keystrokes a typist can make in a timed period; can calculate by dividing the total number of words keyed by the number of minutes that the typist was timed.
GWAM (Gross Words A Minute)
Moves the cursor to the beginning of a line.
Home key
Allows insertion of letters or characters within a line. The toggle of insert is overtype.
Insert
A device connected to a computer and used to enter information and instructions. It contains numbers, letters, symbols, and function keys; looks like a typewriter.
Keyboard
Number keys on the keyboard.
Number keys
A calculator-type keyboard used to enter all-number copy and perform calculations.
Numeric keypad
Used to key numbers using the numeric keypad.
Num Lock
The toggle of insert. This feature replaces the characters on screen with the new characters you key.
Overtype
Allows you to move one screen below the current position of the cursor.
Page down
Allows you to move one screen above the current position of the cursor.
Page up
The most commonly used keyboard arrangement.
QWERTY keyboard
Used to capitalize and/or type symbols on the top position of keys; use the shift key with the opposite hand of the keystroke.
Shift Keys
Used to insert spaces between letters and words and after punctuation.
Space bar
Five-characters or any combination of five characters and spaces.
Standard keyboarding word
Moves the cursor to a preset position; used to indent.
Tab
The form and keying style that a typist uses while operating the keyboard.
Technique
To key by touch rather than by the hunt-and-peck method.
Touch-method
Letter keys on the keyboard.
Alphabetic keys
Used with other keys to access functions that are built into the software.
Alt (Alternate)
Moves the cursor to the left, right, up and down.
Arrow keys
Used to delete text to the left of the cursor.
Backspace
Locks the alphabetic keys in uppercase.
Caps lock
Used with other keys to execute a command and to perform functions.
Ctrl (Control)
Moves the cursor in the direction of the arrow (arrow keys).
Cursor movement
Used to delete text at the cursor position and to the right of the cursor.
Delete
Moves the cursor to the end of a line.
End key
Used to move the cursor down a line.
Enter/return
Exits unwanted menus and dialog boxes.
ESC (Escape)
The number of keystrokes a typist can make in a timed period; can calculate by dividing the total number of words keyed by the number of minutes that the typist was timed.
GWAM (Gross Words A Minute)
Moves the cursor to the beginning of a line.
Home key
Allows insertion of letters or characters within a line. The toggle of insert is overtype.
Insert
A device connected to a computer and used to enter information and instructions. It contains numbers, letters, symbols, and function keys; looks like a typewriter.
Keyboard
Number keys on the keyboard.
Number keys
A calculator-type keyboard used to enter all-number copy and perform calculations.
Numeric keypad
Used to key numbers using the numeric keypad.
Num Lock
The toggle of insert. This feature replaces the characters on screen with the new characters you key.
Overtype
Allows you to move one screen below the current position of the cursor.
Page down
Allows you to move one screen above the current position of the cursor.
Page up
The most commonly used keyboard arrangement.
QWERTY keyboard
Used to capitalize and/or type symbols on the top position of keys; use the shift key with the opposite hand of the keystroke.
Shift Keys
Used to insert spaces between letters and words and after punctuation.
Space bar
Five-characters or any combination of five characters and spaces.
Standard keyboarding word
Moves the cursor to a preset position; used to indent.
Tab
The form and keying style that a typist uses while operating the keyboard.
Technique
To key by touch rather than by the hunt-and-peck method.
Touch-method