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Saturday, February 06, 2010

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Question - Why are there ridges beneath F and J on your keyboard and what are they called?



Answer - People who touch-type (type without looking) use these two ridges to determine the position of their fingers on the keyboard. Touch typists put the index finger of their left hand on F and the index finger of their right hand on J before they type so they know where their fingers are at.

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  • LLLAWSON
    I remember that. I think I learned it from a typing class in college??? I think. It is helpfuly to know. You can always tell if your fingers get off key.

    4185 days ago
  • THIRDXACHARM
    I just saw that on yahoo. Interesting, I do use home row and type without looking but I've never even felt those little ridges.
    4185 days ago
  • VINRANCID
    I have seen the term touch-type before but never know what it was actually. I do that and feel around on my keyboard (because I usually doing 10 things at once). Neat to know.
    4185 days ago
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