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ICT for Beginners - session 4 (C&G 4249 iTQ) - Peripheral & Networks
 

ICT for Beginners - session 4 (C&G 4249 iTQ) - Peripheral & Networks

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A course in computers for absolute beginners that fits the City and Guilds iTQ qualification.

A course in computers for absolute beginners that fits the City and Guilds iTQ qualification.

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    ICT for Beginners - session 4 (C&G 4249 iTQ) - Peripheral & Networks ICT for Beginners - session 4 (C&G 4249 iTQ) - Peripheral & Networks Presentation Transcript

    • Peripherals Networks (Check printer installed on all learner PCs)
    • The RIGHT mouse button Often brings up a menu The LEFT mouse button Click or Double-click
    • The Processor or CPU: The brain of the computer Random Access Memory (RAM): Short term memory used by the CPU (volatile!) Hard Drive: Long term storage
    •  In Wordpad, open the HotelLetter.rtf document:
    • You need to make some corrections to this letter…
    •  ‘e’ in england needs making a capital letter  Alter date to today's date  The second paragraph needs its font changing  Six words are misspelt: ◦ Thnak ◦ kinnd ◦ hostel ◦ Mancheater ◦ and ◦ nect
    •  So far on the course you have used:  Enter / Return  Shift  Tab  Delete  Backspace Delete
    •  So far on the course you have used:  Ctrl + Alt + Delete
    •  So far on the course you have used:  Arrow Keys
    •  Across the top of your keyboard are keys labelled F1, F2, F3, etc… …These are the Function Keys
    •  These are set up to quickly do a common task in a program  In WordPad Press F1  …the help guide should appear
    •  Close down the help guide  Now press F12  The Save As… window will appear  Save your work as HotelLetter2.rtf
    •  Windows Operating System uses a temporary clipboard to let you copy stuff around:
    •  Windows Operating System uses a temporary clipboard to let you copy stuff around: Copy
    •  Windows Operating System uses a temporary clipboard to let you copy stuff around: Paste
    •  In HotelLetter:  Click on the Palace Hotel artwork  Click on Edit >>> Copy  Click at the very end of the letter (just after it reads ‘Charles’)  Click on Edit >>> Paste  Click on Edit >>> Paste again… what happens?
    •  Now select the second paragraph (‘I have passed on your comments…’)  Click on Edit >>> Cut  What happens?  Click at the top of the letter (just after ‘Dear Joe’)  Click on Edit >>> Paste  What happens?
    •  File >>> Save
    •  Peripheral refers to any computer hardware that plugs into the main computer base unit:
    • Video on next slide
    •  They won’t be in a row…  You need a Network Interface Card on your PC (usually comes as standard)
    •  International Network  Pretty much every computer, mobile phone and iPad is connected to everything else on the planet
    • More on the Internet in the second half of the course…
    •  Using Edit >>> Copy will copy the selected text or picture to the clipboard  Using Edit >>> Cut will remove the selected object and put it on the clipboard  Once something is on the clipboard it can be Pasted into other programs
    •  Peripherals are any computer hardware that plugs into the main computer base unit  Networks are simply lots of computers connected together – usually so that they can share files or printers
    •  Next week is your test on what you have learned so far on the course  We will spend the first 30 minutes next week doing a quick refresher  Homework: read through the handouts you have been given each week – if you’ve lost / missed one speak up now!