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  • Windows XP 101: Using Windows XP Professional in the Classroom
  • Showing or Hiding System Icons Showing or Hiding System Icons
    • To show or hide System icons
    • Right-click the taskbar, and then click Properties .
    • On the Notification area tab, click Customize .
    • In the Customize Notifications dialog box, right-click the Behavior of an item that you want to show or hide.
    • Click the down arrow to either Hide when inactive, Always hide, or Always show .
  • Organizing Your Lesson Plans, Pictures, and Other Classroom Files Organizing Your Lesson Plans, Pictures, and Other Classroom Files
    • To list documents by type, and then organize into groups:
    • On the Start menu, click My Documents , and then open the folder containing the documents you want to view.
    • On the View menu, click Arrange Icons by Type .
    • On the Arrange Icons By Type menu, select Show In Groups.
  • Publishing Class Projects to the Web Publishing Class Projects to the Web
    • To publish to the Web (cont.)
    • Type your password in the Password text box, and then click Next to continue.
    • To complete the Password Wizard, click Finish . In the File Destination dialog box, select a folder in which you want to publish your files, or click Create a new folder to make a new folder.
    • Click Next . Your document is automatically copied to the destination Web site.
    • Click Finish to close the Web Publishing Wizard.
    • To publish to the Web
    • On the Start menu, click My Documents . Click to select the document that you want to publish to the Web.
    • In the File Tasks menu, click Publish this file to the Web .
    • The Web Publishing Wizard starts. Click Next to continue.
    • The Destination Web Site page appears.
    • The Passport Wizard starts. Click Next to continue .
    • Click to select Yes, use an existing e-mail account , and then click Next .
    • Type your e-mail address in the E-mail address or Passport box, and then click Next to continue.
  • Changing the Viewing Options in My Pictures Changing the Viewing Options in My Pictures
    • Changing the Viewing Options in My Pictures
    • On the Start menu, click My Pictures .
    • On the View menu, click Filmstrip .
  • E-mail Project Pictures
    • To E-mail Project Pictures
    • In the File and Folder menu on the sidebar, select e-mail this file
    • Choose make all my pictures smaller , click OK.
    • Picture automatically is attached to default email client.
    E-mail Project Pictures
  • Printing Project Pictures
    • To Print Project Pictures
    • In the Picture Tasks menu on the sidebar, select Print This Picture
    • Click Next on Photo Printing Wizard.
    • Select pictures you wish to print, click Next.
    • Choose the printer you wish to print to, click Next.
    • In Layout Selection, select the 4 x 6 in, 3-up option.
    • Click Next.
    • Click Finish.
    Printing Project Pictures
  • Using Media Player for Windows XP Using Media Player for Windows XP
    • To use Media Player for Windows XP
    • On the Start menu, click Windows Media Player .
    • Place a CD in your CD-ROM drive.
    • Click the Now Playing tab to view information about your CD. If your CD does not start automatically, click the Play icon.
  • Copying Audio Files To CD
    • To Copy Audio Files To CD
    • In Windows Media Player, Choose Copy to CD or Device.
    • Choose audio files to burn to CD, click Okay.
    Copying Audio Files To CD
  • Using the Search Companion For Classroom Projects Using the Search Companion For Classroom Projects
    • To use the Search Companion
    • On the Start menu, click Internet Explorer .
    • Click the Search icon on the toolbar to open Search Companion .
    • Type Sao Paolo in the text box, and then click Search .
    • Select Automatically Send Your Search To Other Search Engines
  • Using Windows Messenger Using Windows Messenger
    • To place a call by using Windows Messenger
    • On the Start menu, point to All Programs, and click Windows Messenger.
    • The Windows Messenger dialog box opens. Click the link to sign in .
    • Click the Call icon .
    • Click to select the name of the IT staff member that you want from your Contacts list, and then click Computer .
    • A message appears that confirms that you have placed a call correctly. After your call connects, you can begin your conversation immediately .
  • Asking a Friend or IT Support Person for Assistance
    • To Ask a Friend or IT Support Person for Remote Assistance
    • On the Start menu, click Help and Support .
    • In the Ask for Assistance list, click Get Support .
    • In the Support Options menu, click Ask a Friend to Help .
    • Click Invite Someone to Help You .
    • Select to send your invitation As an e-mail Message .
    • Type recipient’s e-mail address and a message in the Message text box, and click Continue .
    Asking a Friend or IT Support Person for Assistance
    • To complete the Request for Help invitation (cont.)
    • Set the expiration time for the invitation. The default time is one hour.
    • Type a password in the Password text box, type it again in the Confirm Password text box, and then click Send Invitation .
    • A message appears informing you that your invitation has been sent successfully.
  • Installing the Remote Desktop Web Connection
    • To install the Remote Desktop Web Connection
    • On the Start menu, click Control Panel . Click Add or Remove Programs .
    • Click Add/Remove Windows Components .
    • In the Windows Components Wizard dialog box, select Internet Information Services , and then click Details .
    • In the Subcomponents of Internet Information Services (IIS) list, select World Wide Web Service , and then click Details .
    • In the Subcomponents for World Wide Web Service list, select the Remote Desktop Web Connection check box, and then click OK .
    • In the Windows Components Wizard , click Next to continue.
    • To install the Remote Desktop Web Connection (cont.)
    • Insert your Windows XP installation CD into the CD ROM drive of your computer, or click OK to browse to the installation files.
    • Click Finish to close the Windows Components Wizard, and click Close to close the Add or Remove Programs dialog box.
    Installing a Remote Desktop Web Connection
  • Connecting to Your Classroom or Office Computer from a Remote Location
    • To enable a Remote Desktop connection on your primary workstation
    • On the Start menu, right-click My Computer , and then click Properties to open the System Properties dialog box.
    • Click the Remote tab.
    • In the Remote Desktop pane, select the Allow users to connect remotely to this computer check box, and then click Select Remote Users . You can add or remove users as you want, and then click OK to close the Remote Desktop Users dialog box.
    • Click Apply , and then click OK to close the System Properties dialog box.
    Connecting to Your Classroom or Office Computer from a Remote Location
    • To connect to Remote Desktop
    • On the Start menu, point to All Programs .
    • Point to Accessories , point to Communications , and click Remote Desktop Connection .
    • Type the information for the computer you want to connect to in the Computer text box, and then click Connect .
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