Conseil de dactylographie, comment faire moins d'erreur

1) Précision

J'avais essayé d'améliorer ma vitesse pendant des mois et je n'ai pas vu beaucoup d'amélioration. Une fois, j'ai ralenti et j'ai commencé à être plus précis au lieu d'essayer de taper plus vite j'ai commencé à voir une augmentation de ma vitesse de frappe. Je me sens plus en contrôle. J'ai encore du chemin à parcourir pour mon but, mais je suis heureux.
Apprendre à être précis en premier, puis augmenter la vitesse ensuite.Chaque fois que vous faites backspace, ça prend plus de temps que si vous ralentissez un peu mais avec une meilleur précision. J'ai toujours fait beaucoup de fautes, mais je me rends compte quand je ralentis pour être précis, j'ai effectivement tendance à taper un peu plus vite.

2) Rythme

Ce qui est important est l'élaboration d'un rythme, de ne pas se presser. Etre précis est la première priorité. La vitesse vient naturellement avec la pratique et le temps. En conclusion, on doit apprendre à ne saisir que ce que l'on voit/lit!

Démarrez la formation

Dactylographie

conseils dactylographie

Quelques pistes

* Mettez les index sur les touches qui ont un relief (petit point ou barre)
* A chaque touche il y a un doigt assigné. Une touche doit toujours être tapée par le même doigt.
* Ne regardez pas le clavier, les yeux doivent toujours être sur l'écran
* Entrainez-vous !

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beer0 23 heures, 2 minutes avant
When my fingers hurt after too much time on the keyboard, I put them in rice with vanilla ice cream and let them sit there until I go to the church

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hokumsrazor 5 jours, 2 heures avant
Slow is fast. Focus on cadence and fluidity. Key location should be intuitive rather than memorized. Absolute speed is nothing without accuracy. The speed will come. Practical application of typing is more a marathon than a sprint.

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cramos2003 1 semaine avant
What really helped me improve my typing speed is focusing on learning what keys I am using and using a keyboard I enjoy typing on as well as the abundance of tests and practice that I have used since I found this site.

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albertanders 1 semaine, 3 jours avant
Been practicing less these past 2 weeks and just using tests as a warmup before typing things for work.

Consistently hitting upper 80s/low 90s during casual runs and almost never under 70 for even the most troubled runs under the worst conditions.

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milessaintborough 1 semaine, 3 jours avant
Not everyone will be able to type at the speed of light on their first few tries. It takes a long time and a lot of practice to be able to type quickly with little to no errors. As your typing skills grow, so will your confidence. With both skill and confidence, you will be able to type like no one's business!

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pabloistyping 1 semaine, 3 jours avant
I usually type in a weird way and get about 80 WPM. I want to learn the "normal" way to hopefully reach better speeds eventually. Long way to go.

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channah1973 1 semaine, 4 jours avant
What really helped me improve my typing speed is typing at a lower table, so that my arms are more level. I put my keyboard on a TV tray whenever possible.

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lowewrites 2 semaines, 2 jours avant
When my fingers hurt after too much time on the keyboard, I read. No matter what I read I just read. It's learning that's the goal, the trick. I think too many people get tired of writing all day and just decide to stop working. Reading takes work. And it takes work to read. You learn and you grow, and then you write about that experience.

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user76622 3 semaines avant
My tip to improve your typing speed is to... when you typed the word don't worry about any mistake just typed the world fast in this way your typing speed is going to be good

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albertanders 3 semaines, 4 jours avant
Consistent practice even at around 20 min a day, or a few passages to warm up before work does wonders.

I am now at 75-100 wpm - having the passage displayed in large letters is also very helpful. Correct ergonomics and a comfortable work station is also essential.

But most importantly of all just remain patient with yourself - as you practice the muscle memory quite literally melds into your typing and it becomes faster and more accurate with less effort.

It is also essential to practice mindfully and concentrate on what fingers are moving instead of just passively drifting.

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manas7 3 semaines, 6 jours avant
My tip to improve your typing speed is to concentrate more on accuracy than speed.... It helps much more than increasing your speed.... I've increased my speed by 15 WPM in just 7-10 days in this method.

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mattman2255 4 semaines avant
Hey thanks. The funny thing is, I never intended for that to be Yoda. I just thought a nonsensical quote that didn't follow proper structure and had made up words might be challenging to type. Originally the author was entered as anonymous. Someone else changed it, so I figured I'd keep it.

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albertanders 1 mois avant
What really helped me improve my typing speed has been practicing consistently on the same mechanical keyboard. I use comfortable PBT keycaps with linear Gateron switches.

My typing speed has been around 50-60 wpm for years now and with a few hours of practice over the past 3 weeks has steadily climbed to around 75-90 wpm. I've actually noticed that I am much better while taking notes at work and electronically journaling.

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neverquit 1 mois avant
When my fingers hurt after too much time on the keyboard, I... take a break and either read, listen to some good music, surf the internet, or chat with loved ones on the phone or over the internet. Thanks for listening.

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nbur4556 1 mois avant
When my fingers hurt after too much time on the keyboard, I just keep going. Don't really do anything about it until my arms and shoulders start hurting and it starts affecting my scores. Then I'll finally stop. It's probably not good...

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dog69 1 mois avant
When my fingers hurt after too much time on the keyboard, I eat lots and lots of cheese, candies, and junk food to help myself feel better.

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