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Windows File Management

     ELEC 101 - Lab 2
Objectives
•    Familiarization with Windows XP Explorer
•    Folder creation and deletion
•    Multiple / all select tech...
Windows Explorer




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Changing Explorer File Window from Menu




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Folder Creation
•    Start windows explorer
•    Select folder location from explorer
•    Select File from tool menu
•   ...
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Folder creation on desktop
•    RCL on the desktop
•    Select new
•    Select folder
•    Name your folder




          ...
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Moving Files between folders
•  CLH, click left and hold to select the file for
   moving
•  While holding the left mice k...
Selecting multiple files
•  To select multiple files, individually, hold
   the CTRL key to choose them

•  To select all ...
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ELEC 101 - File Management   12
Labeling the disk
•  You can label your working disk, using
   windows explorer, command prompt, my
   computer icon
•  Se...
Placing a Disk Label Graphically




          ELEC 101 - File Management   14
Renaming Disk Label Graphically




          ELEC 101 - File Management   15
Labeling your drive using command
•  Open a DOS prompt by clicking on start,
   select RUN, type cmd, and press enter
•  G...
Renaming Disk from Command Prompt




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  1. 1. Windows File Management ELEC 101 - Lab 2
  2. 2. Objectives •  Familiarization with Windows XP Explorer •  Folder creation and deletion •  Multiple / all select technique file selection •  Moving and copying files / folders •  Renaming files / folders •  Labeling disk ELEC 101 - File Management 2
  3. 3. Windows Explorer ELEC 101 - File Management 3
  4. 4. Changing Explorer File Window from Menu ELEC 101 - File Management 4
  5. 5. Folder Creation •  Start windows explorer •  Select folder location from explorer •  Select File from tool menu •  Select new from pull down menu •  Select folder from your options •  Name your folder ELEC 101 - File Management 5
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  7. 7. Folder creation on desktop •  RCL on the desktop •  Select new •  Select folder •  Name your folder ELEC 101 - File Management 7
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  9. 9. Moving Files between folders •  CLH, click left and hold to select the file for moving •  While holding the left mice key drag it to destination folder, and release Notice that the file is no longer in the original location ELEC 101 - File Management 9
  10. 10. Selecting multiple files •  To select multiple files, individually, hold the CTRL key to choose them •  To select all the files in between, use shift key instead of CTRL ELEC 101 - File Management 10
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  13. 13. Labeling the disk •  You can label your working disk, using windows explorer, command prompt, my computer icon •  Select your drive from my computer icon on the desktop, or from folder section of the explorer •  RCL on your drive and select properties •  Type the label on the general tab, and click OK ELEC 101 - File Management 13
  14. 14. Placing a Disk Label Graphically ELEC 101 - File Management 14
  15. 15. Renaming Disk Label Graphically ELEC 101 - File Management 15
  16. 16. Labeling your drive using command •  Open a DOS prompt by clicking on start, select RUN, type cmd, and press enter •  Go to your drive by typing the drive letter followed by a colon •  Type label and press enter, it will display current label and give you a chance to change it ELEC 101 - File Management 16
  17. 17. Renaming Disk from Command Prompt ELEC 101 - File Management 17
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