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Buttons Toolbars Icons Menus
Buttons Toolbars Icons Menus
Buttons Toolbars Icons Menus
Buttons Toolbars Icons Menus
Buttons Toolbars Icons Menus
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Grade 1 lesson, simple identification of basic Windows user interface components.

Grade 1 lesson, simple identification of basic Windows user interface components.

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  • Children enter their name in the subtitle box and then click the speaker on each subsequent page to prompt them. The page is then printed in Handout mode and used for an evaluation.
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    • 1. Buttons, Toolbars, Icons & Menus
    • 2. Drag the
      into the
      bigBLUE box
      ICON
    • 3. Drag the
      into the
      bigBLUE box
      START BUTTON
    • 4. Drag the
      into the
      bigBLUE box
      TASKBAR
    • 5. Drag the
      into the
      bigBLUE box
      SYSTEM TRAY
    • 6. Drag the
      into the
      bigBLUE box
      TOOLBAR
    • 7. Drag the
      into the
      bigBLUE box
      MENUS (2)
    • 8. Drag the
      into the
      bigBLUE box
      DIALOG BOX

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