Spanish layout touch typing course
About half a billion people speak and use Spanish. For typing in Spanish, they use the QWERTY layout but slightly modified. If you want to improve your typing skills in Spanish, practice with our free online lessons for Spanish keyboard!
The QWERTY layout needed to be changed because of accents that are used in Spanish. These are special signs above vowels that are needed to distinguish the same spelling words or indicate an uncharacteristic accent.
Do you remember the location of the keys on the Spanish layout? Or do you still look at the keyboard when typing? It's time to stop looking! It slows down your typing speed. Spanish typing lessons help you learn to touch type fast and save 21 days per year for useful things.