Keys of the Keyboard Quiz

Okay flossers and flossettes, you're on the honor system for this one! Turn those keyboards over or cover them up with a towel - anything to ensure you don't sneak a peek. This is a mouse-only quiz, understand?

Let's see how well you know the keyboard.

1 of 10
What key sits directly to the right of this key?




2 of 10
True or False: the 9 dedicated number keys at the far right-hand side of the keyboard (sometimes called the number pad) are set up exactly like the number keys on a telephone keypad?
True
False
3 of 10
Which key sits one row down and slightly to the right of this key?



4 of 10
What symbol shares a key with this symbol?


5 of 10
What number key has this symbol on it?




6 of 10
What number key has this symbol on it?




7 of 10
What line/symbol goes under the question mark on this key?




8 of 10
On most keyboards, under which key does the space bar start (start = flush left)?




9 of 10
Which key sits one row above (and slightly to the left) of this key?




10 of 10
Which of the following statements is most accurate with regard to this key?
When the key is pressed, anything on your screen will automatically be sent to your printer if you have one attached.
The SysRq portion of the key has little use today, but was used in the 1970s on IBM mainframes.
SysRq stands for System Readiness Quotient. The key has little use today, but was used in the 1970s on IBM mainframes.
The key was on all Apple computers built in the 1970s, but then dropped with the introduction of the Mac in 1984.