shift key

NOUN
  1. the key on the typewriter keyboard that shifts from lower-case letters to upper-case letters
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How To Use shift key In A Sentence

  • The MT312 is a single-chip variable rate digital quadrature phase shift keying satellite demodulator.
  • It turns out you can defeat this system by holding down the shift key when you insert a music CD into your computer.
  • But what I really want to know is: why do you have to use the shift key to get a full stop… not to mention the question of why Q is in the easiest spot on the keyboard to hit, the location of the English keyboard A?
  • I could understand a typo, but apparently the shift key on this guy's pen was broken.
  • Apparently they force you to write your memoirs on a keyboard with a sticky shift key.
  • Zoom Control Move mouse over the molecule, hold Shift key, click and hold mouse button and drag.
  • The effects of weak optical feedback (WOF) on the bit error rate (BER) of coherent optical differential phase shift key-controll (DPSK) systems are presented.
  • Both Shift keys and the Return and Backspace keys are full size, which is always good to see.
  • When you put a disc in the drive, hold the shift key on your keyboard - before the disc is inserted.
  • This allows one of the keys to double as a shift key similar to a shift key on a keyboard.
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