OFTI 1110 Computer Keyboarding
and Document Formatting - Online
Who Should Sign Up For OFTI 1110 Online?
If You Are:
- keying approximately 25 words a minute or higher using the touch system, which means that you can type text correctly
with the proper fingers without looking at the keys; and
- wanting to learn and/or review the proper procedures and features in
formatting business documents; and/or
- wanting to improve alphanumeric and ten-key speed and accuracy skills; or
- in need of 3 OFTI semester credit hours in the keyboarding area and your
schedule doesn't match up with the traditional OFTI 1110 Keyboarding class
This Class May Be For You!
This course is designed for the person who can key approximately 25 words per minute or higer by
touch—which means keying text correctly with the proper fingers without looking at the keys. A prerequisite of OFTI 1100 with a grade of a "C" or better and a typing speed of 25 words a minute is required.
This course emphasizes:
- proper procedures and features in formatting business documents.
- speed and accuracy development in both the alphanumeric and ten-key
- producing mailable business documents.
Today people need keyboarding skills more than ever since each of us are
composing at the computer, sending e-mails, and surfing on the Internet. The
proper "touch system" of keyboarding is most important since it determines our
speed and accuracy. In today's world,
the faster and more accurate one can key,
efficient one will be.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
- Demonstrate improved keyboarding skills and accuracy skills through
intensive drill and reinforcement of correct keystroking partterns.
- Correctly format and produce academic, business, and personal documents
that may include memos, letters, reports, tables, and specialized documents.
- Apply proofreading and editing skills such as spelling, punctuation, and
Course Completion Requirements
Complete and submit all application assignments, tests, speed timed writings,
and drill work documented in the Course Materials section of the course by the
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