Technique Chart - 6. Fingers rest lightly on keys; hands/...

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Dalien Duquerette Date: 41484A Fall WORKSTATION 4=Always 3=Most of the Time 2=Some of the Time 1=Seldom 1. Positions the chair so that the upper and lower legs form a 90° degree angle and the lower back is supported. 2. Positions the keyboard even with the front of the desk and at the edge of the desk. 3. Tilts and positions the textbook on either side of the keyboard. POSITION AT THE KEYBOARD 4. Back straight and the feet flat on the floor. 5. Keeps the elbows alongside the body in a relaxed position.
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Fingers rest lightly on keys; hands/ arms not touching keyboard or table KEYSTROKING 7. Keeps the forearms horizontal and raises the hands slightly when typing so that the wrists do not touch the keyboard or desk. 8. Makes quick, snappy strokes using the correct fingers. 9. Returns immediately to the home position or moves to the next position after each stroke. 10. Keeping the eyes on the copy while typing; operates all keys by touch, TOTAL =...
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course OA 110 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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Technique Chart - 6. Fingers rest lightly on keys; hands/...

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