List books in category Computers & Technology / Keyboarding

  • Fundamental Keyboarding Skills: From the Typewriter to the Computer

    Fundamental Keyboarding Skills: From the Typewriter to the Computer
    Denise Chambers

    Typing and developing keyboarding skills have a common goal from the typewriter to the computer the paperis formatted on 8-1/2" (across) by 11" (down) paper called the portrait position. Page 3 reviews common basics in measurement of how characters are perceived via the fonts on paper. Page 4 and page11depicts thedescriptive process of left and right margins from the typewriter to the computer. Centeringtext and top and bottom margins contiunues on pages 4, 5,and 6. Descriptive accounts of the most commonly used microsoft word keys are illustrated and detailedon pages 7, 8, and 9. This book will sharpen your skills in the mechanics of keyboarding.Learn letters and hand placementon the keyboard,practice and then take the timed writing test to see how fast you can type. Learn how to set up your margins from the typewriter to the computer,hand placement of keys, spacing within text, the most frequently used Microsoft Word keys to include formatting and drawing keys, typing tablesfrom the typewriter to the computer, components of a formal business letter. Skills in keyboarding will be enhanced. Reflect to memory all the techniques learned in this booklet. This book is a reference guide in understanding the evolution of keyboarding from the typewriter to the computer. This 13 pagebook is a must read and apply. Develop and sharpen your keyboarding skills in this easy read book today! This13 page Keyboarding Ready Reference Guide Booklet crosses the old skills of typewritig with the new skillsof keyboardinglearned on the computer today. Centering tables from thetypewriter to the computer, Centering margins: top, bottom, left and right from the typewriter to the computer,In textspacing, practice drills, timed writing drills, and abusiness letter in this booklet.

  • Learn Type: Teach Yourself Typing in a Few Short Hours

    Learn Type: Teach Yourself Typing in a Few Short Hours
    MrTech

    Touch-typing is theart of typing on a computer keyboard without looking at the keys. I would liketo help you teach yourself touch-typing using an innovative method. The method is very fast and literallyrequires only a few hours of exercise. You do not need an actual keyboard – you can learn and practicetouch-typing using just paper. After going through the seven lessons (thistakes about half an hour to one hour), you will be able to touch-type with thespeed of about 60 KPM (keystrokes per minute). Typing speed is sometimes measured in WPM (words per minute) but this isambiguous, so for the rest of this manual, I will talk about keystrokes perminute, that is, the number of all keystrokes including letters, digits, spaces, and punctuation.

  • Practical Vim: Edit Text at the Speed of Thought, Edition 2

    Practical Vim: Edit Text at the Speed of Thought, Edition 2
    Drew Neil

    Vim is a fast and efficient text editor that will make you a faster and more efficient developer. It's available on almost every OS, and if you master the techniques in this book, you'll never need another text editor. In more than 120 Vim tips, you'll quickly learn the editor's core functionality and tackle your trickiest editing and writing tasks. This beloved bestseller has been revised and updated to Vim 7.4 and includes three brand-new tips and five fully revised tips.A highly configurable, cross-platform text editor, Vim is a serious tool for programmers, web developers, and sysadmins who want to raise their game. No other text editor comes close to Vim for speed and efficiency; it runs on almost every system imaginable and supports most coding and markup languages.Learn how to edit text the "Vim way": complete a series of repetitive changes with The Dot Formula using one keystroke to strike the target, followed by one keystroke to execute the change. Automate complex tasks by recording your keystrokes as a macro. Discover the "very magic" switch that makes Vim's regular expression syntax more like Perl's. Build complex patterns by iterating on your search history. Search inside multiple files, then run Vim's substitute command on the result set for a project-wide search and replace. All without installing a single plugin! Three new tips explain how to run multiple ex commands as a batch, autocomplete sequences of words, and operate on a complete search match.Practical Vim, Second Edition will show you new ways to work with Vim 7.4 more efficiently, whether you're a beginner or an intermediate Vim user. All this, without having to touch the mouse.What You Need:Vim version 7.4