Try the Data Entry Test 2009
to assess your keyboarding skill.
We are pleased to announce the
release of the Data Entry Test 2009. This is a free upgrade for Data Entry 2004 Users. This software will assess keyboarding skills, rating
both speed in keystrokes per hour (KPH) and accuracy. Alpha, alphanumeric and numeric (10 key) testing modules included.
Network ready, it is suitable for use in schools, employment agencies
and companies. Individuals will find the program useful for
self testing and to practice their keyboarding skills. Read below if you
would like to see some of the features the software offers. If
you would like to take or administer a keying test right away, download the 30 day fully functional
Features of the data entry test to consider:
- Keying modules Include alpha, alphanumeric and numeric (10 key) timed tests
- Keystrokes per hour (KPH) and accuracy measured
- Test results saved in file for future printing or browsing
- Keystroke errors are logged. You will be able to see what was data entered versus what was on record
- Administrator may create new tests at any time at the click of a button
- 2 entry modes, practice or test
- Test duration of up to 30 minutes
- Network enabled
- Administrator determines settings such as show test results, time, password, field lengths etc.
- Test windows may be scaled to suit resolution and font size
- No paper to key from, 100% PC based
- Very easy to use. Less than 5 minutes learning curve
- Cost effective, only $28.00 (US) per workstation
Try or buy the data entry test:
version 5.5, a fully functional 30 day evaluation version (1211 KB)
The purchase price is $28 for each computer you wish to use the program on. If you've tried out the evaluation version and wish to register
(purchase) it, click the link below. Shortly after your order is processed, you'll receive via e-mail, a registration code which will
which will make the evaluation version full version. This version supercedes the Data Entry Test 2004. Click
here to buy online via secure server
If you require a site license, please visit our order page for
Click to see a few screen shots
- Windows 95 or higher
- Administrator privledges required for installation
- 2 MB free disk space
A data entry fact:
Modern data processing began with the inventions of American engineer, Herman Hollerith.
In 1881, Herman Hollerith began designing a machine to tabulate census data more efficiently than by traditional hand methods. The U.S. Census Bureau had taken eight years to complete the 1880 census, and it was feared that the 1890 census would take even longer. Herman Hollerith invented and used a punched card device to help analyze the 1890 US census data. Herman Hollerith's great breakthrough was his use of electricity to read, count, and sort punched cards whose holes represented data gathered by the census takers. His machines were used for the 1890 census and accomplished in one year what would have taken nearly ten years of hand tabulating. In 1896, Herman Hollerith founded the Tabulating Machine Company to sell his invention, the Company became part of IBM in 1924
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