im new and never had any typing lisson pls .give me a little .what i mean is lesson for real beginne
I never type fast. I simply press one letter at a time on my computer keyboard. This gives me plenty of time to determine what thoughts I wish to keep, or which words I wish to use.
I can type fast, however I choose to work slowly as I go along, because you will make mistakes, and you will want to correct them. Enjoy yourself on Hub Pages. Good luck and God Bless You.
on a standard keyboard there are three lines upper middle and lower. read them carefully. keep your fingers on the midle tier by leaving g and h in the middle . now without looking at the keyboard press keys . you can very easily remember all the keys. rest is only the practice.
Make an investment in yourself and take a typing class. You'll find that it's worth it.
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