What are finger assignment of the keys in keyboarding?
Left Finger Right
Small Finger: qaz p;. Back Space Enter
Ring Finger: wsx ol.
Middle Finger: edc ik,
Index Finger: rfvtgb ujmyhn
Thumb Finger: Space bar Space bar
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One of the most important keyboarding tips that is usually overlooked by many is the correct body posture. The spine should be straight and leaned against the back of the chair. The arms should be relaxed and the elbows close to the body. Third, the fingers should always be at the home keys and lastly, keep the eyes on the text or screen and not on the keyboard.
The proper key assignments on a computer keyboard start in what is called the home row. On the left hand, the index finger should be on the F key, the middle finger on the D, the third finger on the S, and the pinky on the A. On the right hand, the index finger should be on the J, the middle finger on the K, the third finger on the L, and the pinky on…
The four keys on the left hand side ASDF and the four keys on the right hand side JKL; are the home keys. These are the resting places over which the four fingers of the left and right hands respectively must remain, except when it is necessary to remove a finger in order to strike a key in another row. After this has been done, the finger must be returned immediately to its correct position
Why do the f and j keys have a little line on the bottom when the other keys on the keyboard do not?
The bumps or nipples found on the F and J keys on the keyboard helps users correctly position their left and right hand on the keyboard without having to look at it. For example, without looking at the keyboard you can easily position your left index finger on the F and the right index finger on the J, which then positions all the remainder of your fingers in the correct position.