Proper Keyboarding Posture and Techniques

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Proper Keyboarding Posture and Techniques * Sit up straight * Feet flat on the floor * Body centered in front of the computer * Elbows naturally by side * Fingers curved * Wrist low but not touching the keyboard * Quick, snappy strokes * Quick, down and in motion of the thumb * Right little finger used for the enter key; other fingers remain on the home row * Use the appropriate little finger for the shift keys Touch method of keyboarding 1. Examine the keyboard carefully to form a mental picture of the layout 2. Keep your eyes on the copy 3. Place your fingers on the center of each key with fingers slightly curved4 4. Keep your wrist straight, low, and not touching the machine…show more content…
Gain adjustment is a feature that modifies microphone amplification so the input sound level is appropriate for use by the system.) * 400- megahertz or faster computer * 128 - megabytes * Microsoft windows 98 or later or Microsoft windows NT 4.0, XP or later * Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 or later Speech Recognition System Requirements in Dragon (Standard) * A high quality close-talk microphone (a universal serial bus USB microphone with gain adjustment support is recommended. Gain adjustment is a feature that modifies microphone amplification so the input sound level is appropriate for use by the system.) * 500 - megahertz or a faster computer * 128 megabytes or more RAM * Microsoft Windows 98SE, ME,2000, X, or Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 or later * Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 or

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