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If you don't want to use a Spanish keyboard on the Windows Control Panel Settings or use alt codes, you can make a Word document and fill it with Spanish Language characters you find online and copy and paste from that.

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Another Way to type Spanish Characters

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If you don't want to use a Spanish keyboard on the Windows Control Panel Settings or use alt codes, you can make a Word document and fill it with Spanish Language characters you find online and copy and paste from that.

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I remember that the T key is in its respective positions because a "Tree" is "Tall" and the T key is on the upper row of keys. Come up with your own memory hooks if that helps.

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I remember that the G and H keys are in their respective positions because alphabetically G comes before H. I also remember that I type "H" with my right hand because its "Hot" from being used so much (I'm right handed).

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I remember that the N and M keys are in their respective positions because alphabetically N comes before M. I also remember that I type them with my right hand because I would sign "NM" ("Never Mind") in sign language with that hand. Come up with your own memory hooks if that helps.

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I remember that the J and K keys are in their respective positions because alphabetically J comes before K. I also remember that I type them with my right hand because I would sign "JK" (Just Kidding" in sign language with that hand. Come up with your own memory hooks if that helps.

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The N is in a strange diagonal position below the home row of keys. Practice hitting it with your right pointer finger over and over again with a free typing exercise service you can find on Google. Otherwise, you're likely to hit M.

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The V is in a strange diagonal position below the home row of keys. Practice hitting it with your left pointer finger over and over again with a free typing exercise service you can find on Google. Otherwise, you're likely to hit C.

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Remember to stretch your right pointer finger directly to the left to hit the H key. ALWAYS return it back to the home position, with your right pointer finger comfortable resting on J.

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