"Placing Properly": No more typing any more with a finger or two when you learn how to type the right way. To do this, place the fingers of your left hand on the home row keys A, S, D, and F and the fingers of the right hand on J, K, L, and ;. Naturally, if you're using keyboard that isn't QWERTY because it isn't in English, that may vary.
"Keep practicing" To begin with the most crucial factor, the important thing is naturally going to be practicing your typing. You'll get familiarized with the keyboard and key placement on your computer as you type more.
As you practice, think about the following:
1) Practice not looking at the keyboard while you type. That's often the most difficult for a lot of folks, although it's certainly a skill you should have. You'll really start to type faster if you don't have to look at the keys while you're working. To help prevent you from looking at your hands when you type, place stickers over the letters on the keys or place a large piece of paper over your hands and the keyboard while you are typing.
2) Be certain that you have good posture while you sit at the computer. For instance, sit up straight, relax and make sure both feet are resting flat on the floor.
"Chat" Chatting online can be fun and it can be an excellent way to learn how to type. If you truly wish to learn how to type better while you chat, be sure not to utilize chat slang and to use the right capitalization and punctuation.
"E-mail, online bulletin boards and forums" You can also get practice in typing when you keep in touch with family members and friends via email. Besides sending emails, there are lots of internet forums where you can discuss all sorts of topics. Joining one of these forums and creating posts regarding something that is of interest to you is another fun way to learn to type.
"Do internet typing tests a few times" Go through every one of the online typing tests you find a few times. In addition to helping you improve your typing, completing these tests will enable you to note your errors and see how well you are progressing.
"Use letters, pages from a book, or any text filled page" This may not be the most fun option listed here, but take random pages filled with text and type it all out as a way to get better at typing. This won't just help you make it easier to type unfamiliar words, but you may need this skill for some jobs you apply for.
"Make a web page, blog, or journal online" When you create one of these entities, you have to update them often and that is a wonderful way to combine typing and being productive.
"Playing Typing Games" You'll learn the positions of the keyboard keys and practice typing while you're playing typing games and having some fun. Following are several games that can assist you with your typing.