Lesson 9 introduces the A , the ; (pronounced Semi-Colon) key, and the Enter Key.
With your fingers on the home row keys, use your left Pinky finger to strike the A key. Next, use your right Pinky finger to strike the ; key. To strike the Enter key, you will use your Right Pinky Finger.
The Enter key is used to move the cursor to the next line of text in a word processing program (examples: Pages, Google Docs, and Microsoft Word). The cursor will be placed wherever you have your tab or margin set. The key will also move the cursor to the cell below the current cell your cursor is in using a Spreadsheet program (example: Microsoft Excel).
The Enter Key is also used to "enter" text into text boxes (examples: After you type in a URL in the address bar within an Internet Browser or when you type in your user name and password to log into a network.)
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