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What is “Touch Method of Typewriting”, Methods of Typewriting for Class 10, Class 12 Stenography Vocational and Data Entry Course

Methods of Typewriting – Touch Method of Typewriting Touch means the operation of the Computer without looking at the Keyboard. The Computer Operator has to keep his eyesight only on the note book from which the matter has to be typed. The operation of the Keys is by sense of location and not by sight. This method is based on scientific lines. Each finger has to operate on the keys allotted...
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What is Sight Method of Typewriting, Methods of Typewriting for Class 10, Class 12 Stenography Vocational and Data Entry Course

Methods of Typewriting – Sight Method of Typewriting   The sight method was the only prevalent method right from the very beginning when the first typewriter was invented in 1714 till 1878, when another method of typewriting called as ‘Touch Method of Typewriting’ was introduced by an American Typist Mr. Charles McGurin. In the Sight Method the Typewriting is done by looking at the Keyboard and the material which is to be...
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What is “In-Script (Indian Scripts) keyboard, Explain with example for Class 12 Stenography and Data Entry Operator Course

IN-SCRIPT (Indian Scripts)     Script is basically a way or mechanism of inscribing. One script may be used for writing different languages and one language may be written using different scripts. For e.g. Devnagari script is used for writing languages like Hindi, Marathi, Konkani, Santali, Dogri, Sindhi, Kashmiri. At the same time, languages like Konkani are written using Roman script and Devnagari script, santali language can be written using Devnagari...
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What is Keyboard layout “QWERTY”, in keyboarding for Class 10, Class 12 Stenography Vocational and Data Entry Course

Keyboards Layouts  QWERTY The QWERTY (pronounced KWEHR-tee) keyboard is the standard typewriter and computer keyboard in countries that use a Latin-based the keyboard. The key arrangement was devised by Christopher Lantham Sholes whose “Type-Writer,” as it was then called, was first massproduced in 1874. Since that time, it has become what may be the most ubiquitous machine-user interface of all time. The QWERTY arrangement was intended to reduce the jamming of typebars...
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What is Virtual keyboard, Functions, Advantages and Disadvantages of Virtual Keyboard for Class 10, Class 12 Stenography Vocational and Data Entry Operator Course

Virtual Keyboard   When entering confidential data (such as a user name and password at an online store) with a normal keyboard, there is always a risk of this data being intercepted by spyware. Such programs record keystrokes and in this way read information that is entered with a normal keyboard. This information is then sent to the intruder through the Internet. Functions of different keys on the Virtual Keyboard Caps...
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Keyboarding- Categories of Keyboards and what is virtual keyboard, for Class 10, Class 12 Stenography Vocational and Data Entry Course

Categories of Keyboards Keyboards are divided into three main categories based on input method. These categories are: Wired keyboards Wireless keyboards Virtual Keyboards   Wired Keyboards A wired keyboard means there is a wire connecting your keyboard to your computer. At the end of the wire is a USB (Universal Serial Bus) or PS/2 (Personal System/2) plug that goes into a port on your computer. Wired keyboards are extremely reliable—there is...
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What is Keyboarding and Keyboard – Meaning and Importance, Advantages of Keyboard, for Class 9, 10 and 12 Stenography Vocational

Keyboarding  In today’s world computer is necessity of life. Computer works on the principle I/O Cycle i.e. Input → Process → output cycle and input plays an important role in computer operations. There are many input devices available in the market but keyboard is the one device without which no one actually works on the computer. So in this lesson you will learn about the types of keyboards and brief knowledge of word...
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e-Typewriting basics of Computers, Advantages and Disadvantages of Computers in e-Typewriting, for Class 9, 10, 12 and Stenography Vocational

Basics of Computers  A computer is an electronic device that consists of hardware and software to store, retrieve and process data. The term hardware describes the physical parts of computer which we can physically touch or see such as CPU, monitor, keyboard, mouse and other physical parts. Software is set of instructions that instructs the hardware what to do. It guides the hardware how to accomplish each task. One of examples...
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