The latest version of All The Right Type is available at the Ingenuity Works website and at Download.com. Ingenuity Works publishes the typing software, which is free to try. The full version costs $25.95, as of 2015.
Keyboard typing specialists developed All The Right Type to teach students touch typing instead of hunting and pecking. For students who already know how to touch type, the software provides games and exercises to help them improve typing speed. As of 2015, the most recent version, All The Right Type 3 Plus, retains all the content of the previous versions and adds new features.
The program's interface looks like a campus, and students move from building to building as they advance in their lessons. Beginners start with the Learning Lab to practice proper posture and hand position in order to avoid hand injuries. The Practice Pavilion lets students practice what they learned in the Lab. Then, they can run through typing drills at Skill Building or try out one of the five games, such as Racing Sculls or Space Crisis. Students may read and print results in the Records Library, and the Maintenance Center allows a teacher to track the progress of all her students and design her own drills and tests.