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  • COMPUTERAPPRECIATION
  • INTRODUCTION  Students name:  Working status:  Pc Background:  Expectation:October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 2
  • Computer Appreciation  Contents and Schedule  Introduction to Pc Using Win Xp ---- 6 hrs  Microsoft word Level I --- 6 hrs  Microsoft Power Point I --- 6 hrs  Microsoft Excel I ---- 6 hrs  Use of the Internet -----5hrs  Revision & Evaluation -----1 hrOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 3
  • Introduction to Pc  Objectives  1. Students are expected to be able to describe a computer system  2. Students expected to understand the basic components of a computer system  3. They must be able to perform basic tasks on PcOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 4
  • Definition: Computer System  Is an electronic device that can accept inputs as data, process , store and display results as output when needed.October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 5
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  • Computer Components  Hardware: These are the Physical components of the computer system that can be touched and felt.  Software: These are the various Programs that are installed on the computer system  Human ware : These are users of computer systemOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 7
  • Computer Hardware Examples  Keyboard  Mouse and Pad  Monitor/Visual Display Unit (VDU)  System UnitOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 8
  • Input Device Examples  Keyboard  Mouse  Touch Pad  Joy StickOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 9
  • Output Device Examples  Monitor  Printer  Plotter  SpeakerOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 10
  • System Unit Components  Floppy disk drive  CD-ROM/CD Writer/DVD Drive  Hard disk Drive- for storage purposes  Random Access Memory (RAM)  CPU: Central Processing Unit ALU: Arithmetic & Logic Unit Control Unit Register: for storage  Mother Board  Power Supply UnitOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 11
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  • RAMOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 13
  • CD ROMOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 14
  • Floppy Diskettes and Floppy Disk Drives  5.25” floppy disk Store 360 KB of data in double density format and 1.2 MB of data in high density format. Old technology, not very common today.  3.5” floppy disk Store 720 KB of data in double density format and 1.44 MB of data in high density format.October 8, 2012 Double density format and high density format are COMPUTER APPRECIATION 15 not interchangeable
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  • MOTHERBOARD  Motherboards are also called System boards or main boards.  Connecting device to which all other internal and external devices connect, either directly or indirectly.  Contains all the tiny circuits and pathways by which data moves.October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 17
  • MOTHERBOARDOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 18
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  • Process  Central Processing UnitOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 20
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  • Storage  Hard Disk Drive (HDD)  Random Access Memory (RAM)  Floppy Disk Drive  Flash Disk DriveOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 22
  • HARD DISK DRIVE (HDD)October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 23
  • External Computer Devices/Accessories  UPS: Uninterruptible Power System  PRINTER  SCANNER:  PLOTTEROctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 24
  • ACRONYMS  SCSI-Small Computer System Interface  AGP-Accelerated Graphic Port  ISA-Industry Standard Architecture  PCI-Peripheral Component Interconnect  USB-Universal Serial Bus  SIMM-Single Inline Memory Module  BIOS-Basic Input Output System  RAM-Random Access MemoryOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 25
  • ACRONYMS(cont’d)  ROM-Read Only Memory  DMA-Direct Memory Access  VGA-Video Graphics Array  CMOS-Complimentary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor  HDD-Hard Disk Drive  CPU-Central Processing Unit  OS-Operating SystemOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 26
  • Software  Operating Systems (OS)  Application Packages  Utility SoftwareOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 27
  • Operating System  Primary Software that is installed on the PC  It acts as an interface between user and the PC  It helps to install other packages and hardware Examples  e.g Win 95, Win 98, Win 2000, Millennium, Win xp, Dos, Win 3.1, Linux, Novell Netware, Unix, Red hat Linux.October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 28
  • Application PackageThey are used for specific tasks Ms Office Word:- Word Processing Ms Office Excel:- Spreadsheet Ms Office PowerPoint:- Presentations Corel Draw:- Designing AutoCAD:- Architectural Design Internet explorer:- Browsing (Internet) Others include:- Print Artist, Instant Artist, Ms publisher, Ms Outlook, Ms Access, Page maker .October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 29
  • Mouse  Mouse is an input device, it has two buttons (Left and Right) mouse buttons.  FUNCTIONS OF MOUSE  Point and Click-  Double Click - to open object  Click and Drag  Right ClickOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 30
  • Starting your computer system  Start the system unit  Start the monitor/VDUOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 31
  • Start The System  Booting Involves loading of Operating System software to make the PC functional.  Computer system boots whenever you start or restart it, and it perform what we call POST during booting  POST: Power On Self Test.October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 32
  • What you see when your system is ready  The desktop – Desktop items/Icons  Task bar – start button – date/time etc  Cursor/Hour GlassOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 33
  • Shutting Down the system Close all applications Click Start button on Task Bar Click Shut Down/ Turn off Computer In the What do you want the computer to do for you box, select Shut Down Click OkOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 34
  • Starting Application Package  Double Click On the Application icon on desktop  OR  Click Start Button, then click the application Icon  OR  Click start, Point at all programs, point at Microsoft office, then click on the application iconOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 35
  • The A pplication Title Bar On the application title bar you will see:  File name  Application type  Minimize button  Restore down/Maximize button  Close buttonOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 36
  • Changing Background Picture Right click your desktop Click properties Click on desktop tab Select a desktop item of your choice Click apply Click OkOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 37
  • How To Create A Folder  Right click your desktop  Point at New  Click on Folder  Rename your folder by Typing on the Keyboard.October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 38
  • How To Create A Briefcase  Right click your desktop  Point at New  Click on Briefcase  Rename your Briefcase by Typing on the Keyboard.October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 39
  • ASSESSMENTPLEASE THIS IS TO TEST OUR ABILITY AND HOW WELL WE UNDERSTOOD ALL WHAT WE HAVE BEEN DOING. SO IT IS NOT LIKE THE NORMAL EXAM THAT YOU MUST PASS BUT WHAT YOU KNOW ABOUT THE COURSE. THANK YOU.
  • Revision and Evaluation1. What is a computer system ? 6. State and Explain the BASIC function of the Mouse.2. A computer system is divided into how many components? 7. What are on the Uppermost Explain Bar of an Application3. What is a software and lists 8. State the Meaning of the its components? following: RAM, ROM, OS, POST & UPS4. How do you power on a system and shut it down? 9. State 4 each of the following: Storage, Input & Output5. How do you change the Devices background picture of your desktop? 10. State Ten bars you will see in a Ms Word EnvironmentOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 41
  • Introducing Ms word Level 1October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 42
  • Objectives  Students are expected to be able to interact with Ms Word Interface  Be able to produce documents like letters, memos etc  Be able to format their documents  Work with tables and templates  Be able to print their documentsOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 43
  • Ms Office Word Environment Title Bar  Horizontal Scroll Bar Menu Bar  Status Bar Standard Tool Bar  Document Window Formatting Tool Bar Vertical Ruler Horizontal Ruler Vertical Scroll BarOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 44
  • Advantages Of Word Processor Advantages or word processor  The use of computer allows for neat job.  It makes typing pleasurable.  There is room for corrections such that does not leave any scar on the document.  With the use of computer text could be formatted to suit the user’s taste.  Document could be enhance with graphics (Pictures).  It allow for the production of many copies of document as the owner will need and each appears as the originalOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 45
  • Loading Microsoft Word  Microsoft Word Interface  Text Entry and Editing Commands  Identifying various keys on the keyboards, and use of mouse  Navigation keys  Text deleting, Insertion, and overwriteOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 46
  • Working with Text Typing and Inserting Text Students to spend about sometimes to enter reasonable amount of textOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 47
  • NavigationMove Action KeystrokeBeginning of the line HOMEEnd of the line ENDTop of the document CTRL+HOMEEnd of the document CTRL+ENDOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 48
  • Selecting Text Selection Technique Whole word double-click within the word Whole paragraph triple-click within the paragraph Several words or lines drag the mouse over the words, or hold down SHIFT while using the arrow keys Entire document choose Edit|Select All from the menu bar, or press CTRL+AOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 49
  • Deleting Text  Deleting Text  Use the BACKSPACE and DELETE keys on the keyboard to delete text. Backspace will delete text to the left of the cursor and Delete will erase text to the right.  To delete a large selection of text, highlight it using any of the methods outlined above and press the DELETE key.October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 50
  • Saving your document  Click File on menu bar  Click Save/Save As  In the save in box select the location you are saving the file into e.g My Document , 31/2 Floppy A: e.t.c  In the file name box, type the name you want to use to save the file  Click on Save buttonOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 51
  • Opening your document  Click File on the menu bar  Click Open  In the Look in box, select the directory you kept the file e.g. my document or diskette  Select the file name by clicking on it in the text box  Click Open buttonOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 52
  • Renaming Documents  To rename a Word document while using the program,  select File|Open and find the file you want to rename.  Right-click on the document name with the mouse and select  Rename from the shortcut menu.  Type the new name for the file and  press the ENTER key.October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 53
  • Undo AND Redo  Undo Is to reverse the actions you have just taken.  Redo is to repeat any action you UndoOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 54
  • Copy/Paste  Highlight the text you want to copy  Click Edit on the menu bar  Click Copy  Move your cursor to the location you are copying to  Click Edit on the menu bar  Click PasteOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 55
  • Cut/Paste  Highlight the text you want to Cut  Click Edit on the menu bar  Click Cut  Move your cursor to the location you are cutting to  Click Edit on the menu bar  Click PasteOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 56
  • To Bold/un-bold Text Highlight/Select the text you want to bold/un-bold Click B on the formatting tool barOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 57
  • To add italic/remove italic  Highlight/Select the text you want to make italic/remove italic  Click on the formatting tool barOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 58
  • To underline/removing underline from text Highlight/Select the text you want Click on U on the formatting toolOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 59
  • Font Size  Highlight/Select the text you want to change its size  Click Format on the menu bar  Click Font  Select the Font size of your choice from the Font Size box  Click OkOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 60
  • Font Colour  Highlight/Select the text you want to change its colour  Click Format on the menu bar  Click Font  Select the Font colour of your choice from the Font colour box  Click OkOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 61
  • Font Type  Highlight/Select the text you want to change its Font type  Click Format on the menu bar  Click Font  Select the Font type of your choice from the Font Type box  Click OkOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 62
  • To Align Left Highlight/Select the text you want to be in the Left Click on align Left on the formatting tool barOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 63
  • Align Centre Highlight/Select the text you want to be in the centre Click on Align Centre on the formatting tool barOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 64
  • Align Right Highlight/Select the text you want to be in the Right Click on Align Right on the formatting tool barOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 65
  • Justify Highlight/Select the text you want to justify Click on Justify on the formatting tool barOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 66
  • Adding Bullet And numbering  Highlight the text you want to add Bullet/Number to  Click on format on the Menu bar  Click on Bullets And Numbering  Select Bulleted/Numbered Tab  Select the Bullet/number format of your choice  Select the Color of your choice  Click OKOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 67
  • How to Insert Date and Time  Click the position you want to put your date/time  click insert on the menu bar Click date and time  Select the date and time format of your choice  Click OkOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 68
  • Insert Page number click Insert on the menu bar Click Page Numbers Select the position of your page number i.e top of page or bottom of page Select the alignment of your page number i.e Right, Centre, Left Click on Format button Select the number format of your choice Click Ok Click OkOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 69
  • Insert Header and Footer clickView on the menu bar Click Header and Footer Type the header text of your choice Move to the footer by pressing the down arrow key on the keyboard Type the footer text of your choice On the header and footer dialog box Click CloseOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 70
  • How to Insert Symbols/Special character  clickInsert on the menu bar  Click Symbols  Click on Symbols tab  Select the symbol of your choice  Click insert  Click CloseOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 71
  • Inserting Table  Click Table on the menu bar  Point at Insert  Click Table on the popup menu that appears  Select the number of columns you want from the number of column text box  Select the number of Rows you want from the number of Rows text box  Click OkOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 72
  • Font Effects  Type capital N  Highlight the capital N that you typed  click Format on the menu bar  Click Font  Under Effects, Select Double strikethrough  Click OkOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 73
  • Inserting Column.  Click format on the menu bar  Click column  Select the number of column of your choice  In the Apply to Box, pick “This point forward”  Click OkOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 74
  • Drop cap  Highlight the Letter to be dropped  Click format on the menu bar  Click Drop cap  Click Dropped  In the Line to be drop Box, Select the number of lines  Click Ok.October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 75
  • Templates  Click File on menu bar  Click New  Click on “on my Computer” from the templates tab  Click the tab for the type of template of your choice e.g. memo, envelope, Letter & Faxes e.t.c.  Select the template of your choice  Click OkOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 76
  • Line Spacing  Highlightthe text you want to space  Click Format on the menu bar  Click Paragraph  Select the Line spacing of your choice from the Line spacing box.  Click OKOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 77
  • Page setup  Click File on the menu bar  Click Page setup  Select the margin  Select the orientation type e.g Landscape or Portrait.  Click OKOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 78
  • Spelling/Grammatical Errors  Red line for spelling error  Green line for grammatical error  Solution:  Press F7 From the keyboard  OR  Click Tool on the menu bar  Click Spelling and GrammarOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 79
  • Document protection  Click Tools on the menu bar  Click options  Click securityOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 80
  • Print Preview  Click File on the menu bar  Click Print PreviewOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 81
  • Printing  Click File  Click Print  Select the printer type  Select the Page range  Select the number of copies  Click OkOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 82
  • Getting Help  Press F1 on the keyboard OR  Click Help on the menu bar  Click Microsoft office Word helpOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 83
  • Class assessment First week1. Describe how to perform the following functions in Ms Word environment Bold, Italic, Underline and Centre Alignment1. Describe the BASIC Functions of the Mouse.2. State the Input, Output and storage devices known to you.3. Describe how to Preview, Print and perform Page Setup of document in ms word environment.October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 84
  • Ms Office PowerPointOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 85
  • Objectives  Students Must be able to start Microsoft PowerPoint  They Must be able to Create slides and delete them  They must be able to create a presentation using all the featuresOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 86
  • Ms Office PowerPoint can be used for:EntertainmentLecture DeliveryWorkshopSeminarConferencepaper defenceExhibition e.t.cOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 87
  • Starting Ms Office PowerPoint  Double Click On the Application Icon on Desktop  Click Start > All Programs > Ms OfficeOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 88
  • What you see when you start Ms PowerPoint  Titlebar  Menu bar  Standard tool bar  Formatting tool bar  Slide  Task PaneOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 89
  • How to Create New Slide  1. Click on Insert on your main menu bar and click on new slide  OR  2. Click on New slide on your Formatting Toolbar  OR  3. Press Ctrl+M on your keyboardOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 90
  • How to Delete A Slide  Click on The slide and Press Delete on your Keyboard.October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 91
  • Steps to creating a presentation  1. Choosing of Layout  2. Choosing of Slide Design  3. Choosing Of Animations  4. Slide Transition StageOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 92
  • Choosing of Layout  Clickformat on the Menu Bar  Select Slide LayoutOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 93
  • Choosing of Slide Design  Clickformat on the Menu Bar  Select Slide DesignOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 94
  • Choosing Of Animations  ClickSlide Show on the Menu Bar  Select Animation SchemesOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 95
  • Slide Transition Stage  ClickSlide Show on the Menu Bar  Select Slide TransitionOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 96
  • ASSESMENT  How Do you create a new slide in Ms PowerPoint?  How Do you Delete a Slide in Ms PowerPoint?  Create a presentation of not less than 10 slides including all features like background design, sound, animation and timing.?October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 97
  • Ms Office ExcelOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 98
  • Objectives  Students Must be able to start Ms Excel  They Must be able to rename a worksheet  They must be able to Create and format worksheets  Must be able to perform basic calculations in Ms Excel  Be able to plot chartsOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 99
  • Ms Office Excel  Excel Can Be Used For  Data entry  Data Analysis  Report GenerationOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 100
  • Starting Ms Office Excel  Double Click On Excel Icon on the desktop  Click Start > All Programs > Ms Office then click on Excel Icon.October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 101
  • What do you see when you start Excel?  Title bar  Menu bar  Standard tool bar  Formatting tool bar  Name box  Formula bar  Excel WorksheetOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 102
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  • Operators  Addition: +  Subtraction: -  Multiplication: *  Division: /October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 104
  • Rename A Worksheet  Right Click the worksheet name. e.g Sheet1  Click Rename  Type the name you are given to the worksheet and press enter key on the keyboardOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 105
  • Deleting A Worksheet  Right Click on the worksheet  Click DeleteOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 106
  • Moving A Worksheet  Right Click the worksheet name. e.g Sheet1  Click Move or Copy  Click the Location from the “Before sheet” Box e.g. Move to End, sheet1etc.October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 107
  • How To Insert A Worksheet  Right Click the worksheet name. e.g Sheet1  Click Insert  Select Excel Worksheet  Click OkOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 108
  • Tax = 10/100*BasicOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 109
  • Creating A Chart  Highlight the Cells You want on the Chart  Click Insert On the Menu Bar  Select Chart  Indicate Chart Type  Indicate Chart Sub-Type  Click Next  Click Next  Click Next  Select As New Sheet  Click FinishOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 110
  • Assesment  How do you Rename a worksheet in Ms Excel  How do you Create a New Worksheet in Ms Excel  Create a payroll using Ms Excel which will include allowances (Transport, Clothing, medical, feeding) , tax of 3% truncated to 3 decimal places of 10 workers and plot a graph for the allowances included in the payroll.October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 111
  • Use Of The InternetOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 112
  • Objectives  Students must be able to know the benefits of the internet  They must be able to launch the Internet  They must be able to Surf the Web  They must know how to Send mails and receive mails.October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 113
  • The Internet Internet can be defined as interconnection of computers and computer networks globally for resource sharing and easy communicationOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 114
  • Network  Is the interconnection of computers and computer related devices for resource sharing and easy means of communicationOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 115
  • Types of Network  LAN: Local Area Network  WAN: Wide Area Network  GAN: Global Area Network  MAN: Metropolitan Area Network  CAN: Campus Area NetworkOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 116
  • Connecting to internet  Wired  Computer/Telephone line/Modem/ISP  Modem: Modulation-Demodulation  ISP: Internet services Provider  Wireless  VSAT: Computer/VSAT/ISP  RADIO: Computer/Radio/ISP  VSAT: Very Small Aperture TerminalOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 117
  • Facilities  Email : Electronic Mail  Newsgroup  Internet relay chart  FTP/Browsing.  FTP: file transfer protocolOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 118
  • Starting Internet Start Internet by: 1. click Start 2. Click Internet explorer. OR Double click Internet Explorer Icon on the DesktopOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 119
  • www.yahoo.co.ukOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 120
  •  www.cnn.com www= world wide web  Cnn= company name or domain name  Com= commercial i.e the nature of services the company renders on internet  edu= education  Org= organization  net= internet services  mil= military  ng= nigeria .  gov= government  Ca= canada  Uk= united kingdom  Us= united stateOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 121
  • Revision and Evaluation  What is internet?  What are the facilities of the Internet?  What is the meaning of E-Mail & www?  State steps to search for information on net.  What is meaning of the following: WAN, LAN, MAN, GAN, FTP, VSAT & ISPOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 122
  • For further Information: OLALEKAN ADEEKO 08034457492 lincolndemo@yahoo.comOctober 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 123
  • Be Thankful  It is easy to be thankful for the good things. A life of rich fulfilment comes to those who are also thankful for the setbacks.  Find at least a way to be thankful for your troubles and they can become your blessings. Remember to give thanks in all situations; because it is an opportunity for God to demonstrate His saving grace and delivering power in your life. Give thanks with a grateful heart!!!  Your ATTITUDE to God determines your ALTITUDE in life! Align your WORD with "THE WORD" and see your WORLD change for the BEST!October 8, 2012 COMPUTER APPRECIATION 124