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Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
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Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
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Marquee07 Presentation Windows Xps2
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  • 1. MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP MAINTAINING FILES AND CUSTOMIZING WINDOWS Section 2
  • 2. Skills (1of 2)
    • Use the Help and Support feature
    • Turn on the display of file extensions
    • Create a folder
    • Select, move, copy, and paste files
    • Delete files/folders to and restore files/folders from the Recycle Bin
    • Create and delete a shortcut
  • 3. Skills (2 of 2)
    • Rename a file
    • Explore the Control Panel
    • Search for files and/or folders
    • Use WordPad and Paint
    • Customize the desktop
    • Change screen resolution
  • 4.
    • Display the Help and Support Center window by clicking Start button on Taskbar, then clicking Help and Support.
    Getting Help in Windows XP; Displaying File Extensions ACTIVITY 2.1
  • 5.
    • At Help and Support Center window, click What’s new in Windows XP hyperlink.
    Getting Help in Windows XP; Displaying File Extensions ACTIVITY 2.1
  • 6.
    • Click What’s new hyperlink.
    • Click What’s new in Windows XP hyperlink below subheading Overviews, Articles, and Tutorials .
    Getting Help in Windows XP; Displaying File Extensions ACTIVITY 2.1
  • 7.
    • Read information about Windows XP.
    • Print information by clicking Print button. At Print dialog box, click Print button.
    Getting Help in Windows XP; Displaying File Extensions ACTIVITY 2.1
  • 8.
    • Return to opening Help and Support Center window by clicking Home button.
    • Click in Search text box, type copying files , press Enter.
    Getting Help in Windows XP; Displaying File Extensions ACTIVITY 2.1 copying files
  • 9. Getting Help in Windows XP; Displaying File Extensions
    • Click Copy a file or folder hyperlink in Search Results section of window.
    • Read information about copying a file or folder, then print by clicking Print button on toolbar, and clicking Print button at Print dialog box.
    • Click Index button.
    ACTIVITY 2.1
  • 10. Getting Help in Windows XP; Displaying File Extensions
    • With insertion point in Type in the keyword to find text box, type shortcuts .
    • Double-click subheading for specific programs that displays below shortcuts heading.
    • Read information, then print.
    ACTIVITY 2.1 shortcuts
  • 11. Getting Help in Windows XP; Displaying File Extensions
    • Click Home button.
    • Click in Search text box, delete existing text, type create a folder, then press Enter.
    ACTIVITY 2.1 create a folder
  • 12. Getting Help in Windows XP; Displaying File Extensions
    • Click Create a new folder hyperlink in Pick a task section.
    • Read information about creating a folder, then print.
    ACTIVITY 2.1 Your list may vary
  • 13. Getting Help in Windows XP; Displaying File Extensions
    • Click Locate in Contents button on toolbar above the information.
    • Click Home button.
    • Close Help and Support Center window by clicking Close button in upper right corner.
    ACTIVITY 2.1
  • 14.
    • Click Start button on Taskbar, then click My Computer at Start menu.
    • Click Tools on My Computer Menu bar, then click Folder Options .
    Getting Help in Windows XP; Displaying File Extensions ACTIVITY 2.1
  • 15.
    • Click the View tab at Folder Options dialog box.
    Getting Help in Windows XP; Displaying File Extensions ACTIVITY 2.1
  • 16.
    • Click Hide extensions for known file types check box in Advanced settings list box to clear check mark, then click OK.
    • Close My Computer window.
    Getting Help in Windows XP; Displaying File Extensions ACTIVITY 2.1
  • 17.
    • At Windows XP desktop, click Start button, then click My Computer .
    Creating a Folder ACTIVITY 2.2
  • 18.
    • Contents pane of My Computer may vary depending on installed devices and configuration of drives.
    • Title bar
    • Menu bar
    • Standard toolbar
    • Address bar
    • Task pane
    • Contents pane
    Creating a Folder ACTIVITY 2.2
  • 19. Creating a Folder
    • Double-click storage medium label on which you copied WindowsS2 folder.
    • Click File on Menu bar, point to New , click Folder .
    ACTIVITY 2.2
  • 20.
    • Type Revenue and press Enter.
    • Close window by clicking Close button.
    Creating a Folder ACTIVITY 2.2 Revenue
  • 21. Selecting and Copying Files
    • At Windows XP desktop, click Start button, then click My Computer .
    • Double-click storage medium label for drive containing your student data files in contents pane.
    • Double-click WindowsS2 folder.
    ACTIVITY 2.3
  • 22.
    • Change view by clicking View button on Standard Buttons toolbar, then click List .
    Selecting and Copying Files ACTIVITY 2.3
  • 23.
    • Click file name WEExcelRevenues.xlsx .
    • Hold down Shift key, click file named WETable02.docx , then release Shift key.
    • Click Copy the selected items hyperlink.
    Selecting and Copying Files ACTIVITY 2.3
  • 24.
    • At Copy Items dialog box, click drive label containing your student data files in list box.
    • Click Revenue in list box.
    • Click Copy button.
    Selecting and Copying Files ACTIVITY 2.3
  • 25. Selecting and Copying Files
    • Click drive label containing your student data files in Other Places section of task pane.
    • Display files you just copied by double-clicking Revenue folder in contents pane.
    • Close window by clicking Close button.
    ACTIVITY 2.3
  • 26.
    • At Windows XP desktop, display My Computer window.
    • Double-click storage medium label for drive containing your student data files in contents pane.
    • To create new folder, click File on Menu bar, point to New , then click Folder .
    • Type Distribution , press Enter.
    Moving Files ACTIVITY 2.4 Distribution
  • 27. Moving Files
    • Double-click Revenue folder name.
    • Click View button on Standard Buttons toolbar, then click List .
    ACTIVITY 2.4
  • 28.
    • Click once on WEOutline.docx .
    • Hold down Ctrl key, click once on WETable01.docx , click once on WETable02.docx , then release Ctrl key.
    • Click Move the selected items hyperlink.
    Moving Files F:Revenue ACTIVITY 2.4
  • 29.
    • At Move Items dialog box, click folder named Distribution , then click Move button.
    Moving Files ACTIVITY 2.4
  • 30. Moving Files
    • Click Up button on Standard Buttons toolbar.
    • Double-click Distribution in contents pane.
    • Close window by clicking Close button.
    ACTIVITY 2.4
  • 31.
    • At the Windows XP desktop , display My Computer window.
    • Double-click storage medium label for drive containing your student data files.
    • Click once on Distribution folder to select it.
    • Click Copy this folder hyperlink.
    Deleting Files/Folders to the Recycle Bin ACTIVITY 2.5
  • 32.
    • Click My Documents in list box, then click Copy.
    Deleting Files/Folders to the Recycle Bin ACTIVITY 2.5
  • 33.
    • Double-click Revenue folder in contents pane.
    • Click once on WERevDocument.docx to select it.
    • Click Copy this file hyperlink.
    Deleting Files/Folders to the Recycle Bin ACTIVITY 2.5
  • 34.
    • At Copy Items dialog box, click My Documents , then click Copy.
    • Click My Documents in Other Places section.
    Deleting Files/Folders to the Recycle Bin ACTIVITY 2.5
  • 35.
    • Click once on Distribution folder to select it.
    • Click Delete this folder hyperlink.
    • When asked to confirm deletion, click Yes.
    Deleting Files/Folders to the Recycle Bin ACTIVITY 2.5
  • 36. Deleting Files/Folders to the Recycle Bin
    • Click once on WERevDocument.docx to select it.
    • Click Delete this file hyperlink.
    • When asked to confirm deletion, click Yes.
    • Close window.
    ACTIVITY 2.5
  • 37. Restoring Files/Folders and Emptying Files from the Recycle Bin
    • At Windows XP desktop, double-click Recycle Bin icon.
    ACTIVITY 2.6
  • 38.
    • At Recycle Bin window, click View button on Standard Buttons toolbar, then click List.
      • Title bar
      • Menu bar
      • Standard Buttons bar
      • Address bar
      • Task pane
      • Contents pane
    Restoring Files/Folders and Emptying Files from the Recycle Bin ACTIVITY 2.6
  • 39.
    • Click once on WERevDocument.docx to select it.
    • Click Restore this item hyperlink.
    Restoring Files/Folders and Emptying Files from the Recycle Bin ACTIVITY 2.6
  • 40. Restoring Files/Folders and Emptying Files from the Recycle Bin
    • Click once on Distribution folder to select it.
    • Click Restore this item hyperlink.
    • Close the Recycle Bin window.
    ACTIVITY 2.6
  • 41.
    • At Windows XP desktop, display My Computer window.
    • Click My Documents in the Other Places section.
    Restoring Files/Folders and Emptying Files from the Recycle Bin ACTIVITY 2.6
  • 42. Restoring Files/Folders and Emptying Files from the Recycle Bin
    • Delete files you restored by clicking once on the Distribution folder, holding down the Ctrl key, clicking once on the WERevDocument.docx file name, then releasing Ctrl key.
    • Click Delete the selected items hyperlink.
    • When asked to confirm you want items deleted to Recycle Bin, click Yes.
    • Close window.
    ACTIVITY 2.6
  • 43.
    • At Windows XP desktop, double-click Recycle Bin icon.
    • Click once on Distribution folder, hold down Ctrl key, click once on WERevDocument.docx file name, then release Ctrl key.
    • Click File on Menu bar, then click Delete .
    • At confirmation message, click Yes button.
    • Close Recycle Bin window.
    Restoring Files/Folders and Emptying Files from the Recycle Bin ACTIVITY 2.6
  • 44. Creating and Deleting a Shortcut and Renaming a File
    • At desktop, display My Computer window.
    • Double-click storage medium label for drive containing your student data files.
    • Double-click Revenue folder.
    • If necessary, change display of files to a list by clicking View button on Standard Buttons toolbar, then click List .
    ACTIVITY 2.7
  • 45.
    • Right-click on WERevChart.xlsx .
    • At shortcut menu, click Rename option.
    Creating and Deleting a Shortcut and Renaming a File ACTIVITY 2.7
  • 46.
    • Type RevenueChart.xlsx , then press Enter.
    • To create a shortcut, position arrow pointer on RevenueChart.xlsx . Hold down right mouse button, drag outline of file to desktop, then release mouse button.
    Creating and Deleting a Shortcut and Renaming a File ACTIVITY 2.7 RevenueChart.xlsx
  • 47.
    • At pop-up menu, click Create Shortcuts Here .
    • Close Revenue window.
    • Double-click Shortcut to RevenueChart.xlsx shortcut icon on desktop.
    Creating and Deleting a Shortcut and Renaming a File ACTIVITY 2.7
  • 48. Creating and Deleting a Shortcut and Renaming a File
    • After viewing file in Excel, exit Excel by clicking Close button. Click No if prompted to save changes.
    • Delete Shortcut to RevenueChart.xlsx icon by positioning pointer on shortcut icon, hold down left mouse button, drag icon to Recycle Bin icon, then release.
    ACTIVITY 2.7
  • 49.
    • At Windows XP desktop, click Start button, then click Control Panel .
    • Click Appearance and Themes hyperlink.
    Exploring the Control Panel ACTIVITY 2.8
  • 50.
    • After viewing the tasks and icons available, click Back button.
    Exploring the Control Panel ACTIVITY 2.8
  • 51.
    • Click Printers and Other Hardware hyperlink.
    Exploring the Control Panel ACTIVITY 2.8
  • 52.
    • Click Mouse hyperlink in or pick a Control Panel icon section.
    • At Mouse Properties dialog box, click each tab and review available options.
    • Click Cancel button to close Mouse Properties dialog box.
    • Click Back button.
    Exploring the Control Panel ACTIVITY 2.8
  • 53. Exploring the Control Panel
    • Click Add or Remove Programs hyperlink in Pick a category section.
    • At Add or Remove Programs window, scroll through list of installed programs, then click Close button.
    ACTIVITY 2.8
  • 54.
    • Click Performance and Maintenance hyperlink in Pick a category section.
    • Click System hyperlink in or pick a Control Panel icon section.
    Exploring the Control Panel ACTIVITY 2.8
  • 55.
    • At System Properties dialog box, click each tab and review available options.
    • Click Cancel button to close System Properties dialog box.
    • Close Control Panel window.
    Exploring the Control Panel ACTIVITY 2.8
  • 56. Searching for a File or Folder
    • At Windows XP desktop, click Start button, then click Search.
    • Click All files and folders hyperlink.
    ACTIVITY 2.9
  • 57. Searching for a File or Folder
    • Click in A word or phrase in the file text box, then type Cinema House .
    • Click down-pointing arrow at right side of Look in list box, then click storage medium containing your student data files.
    • Click Search button.
    ACTIVITY 2.9 Cinema House
  • 58. Searching for a File or Folder
    • Review list of files found in Search Results window.
    • Click Back button
    ACTIVITY 2.9
  • 59. Searching for a File or Folder
    • With insertion point positioned in All or part of the file name text box, type Revenues .
    • Select, then delete text Cinema House that displays in A word or phrase in the file text box.
    • Make sure appropriate storage medium still displays in Look in list box.
    • Click Search button.
    ACTIVITY 2.9 Revenues Cinema House
  • 60. Searching for a File or Folder
    • When results display in contents window, click Yes, finished searching hyperlink.
    • Close Search Results window.
    ACTIVITY 2.9
  • 61.
    • At Windows desktop, click Start button, point to All Programs , point to Accessories , then click WordPad .
    Using WordPad and Paint ACTIVITY 2.10
  • 62.
    • The WordPad window.
      • Title bar
      • Menu bar
      • Tool bar
      • Format bar
      • Ruler
    Using WordPad and Paint ACTIVITY 2.10 Document area
  • 63. Using WordPad and Paint
    • At WordPad window, type the following paragraph
    • Press Enter twice, then type your first and last names.
    • Print document by clicking Print button on Standard toolbar.
    • Close WordPad by by clicking Close button. At message asking if you want to save document, click No.
    ACTIVITY 2.10
  • 64. Using WordPad and Paint
    • At Windows desktop, click Start button, point to All Programs , point to Accessories , then click Paint .
      • Title bar
      • Menu bar
      • Toolbox
      • Color box
    ACTIVITY 2.10 Drawing area
  • 65. Using WordPad and Paint
    • Click Rounded Rectangle tool in toolbox.
    • Position pointer in upper left corner of drawing area, hold down left mouse button, drag to lower right corner of drawing area, then release mouse button.
    • Click Text tool.
    ACTIVITY 2.10
  • 66. Using WordPad and Paint
    • Drag to create a text box similar to one shown.
    • Type Windows XP Training .
    • Click down-pointing arrow at right side of size list box, then click 26.
    ACTIVITY 2.10
  • 67. Using WordPad and Paint
    • Click Fill With Color tool in toolbox.
    • Click a light turquoise color in color palette, then click inside rounded rectangle shape.
    • Notice closed letters did not fill with turquoise. Position tip of fill bottle icon inside closed part of each letter that still displays a white background and click to fill with turquoise.
    ACTIVITY 2.10
  • 68. Using WordPad and Paint
    • Click File on Menu bar, then click Print . At Print dialog box, click Print.
    • Close Paint by clicking File, then Exit . At message asking if you want to save changes, click No.
    ACTIVITY 2.10
  • 69. Customizing the Desktop
    • At desktop, position arrow pointer on an empty location, click right mouse button, then click Properties at shortcut menu.
    • At Display Properties dialog box, click Desktop tab.
    • Click Ascent in the Background list box.
    ACTIVITY 2.11
  • 70. Customizing the Desktop
    • Click Screen Saver tab.
    • Click down-pointing arrow at right side of Screen saver list box, then click Beziers .
    • Click down-pointing arrow in Wait text box until 1 displays.
    ACTIVITY 2.11
  • 71. Customizing the Desktop
    • Click Appearance tab.
    • Click down-pointing arrow at right side of Color scheme list box, then click Silver .
    • Click OK to close Display Properties dialog box.
    ACTIVITY 2.11
  • 72. Customizing the Desktop
    • At Windows XP desktop, note Ascent background and silver Taskbar. Let screen remain idle for one minute, then notice screen saver that displays.
    • Move mouse to deactivate screen saver, then double-click Recycle Bin .
    • Close Recycle Bin window.
    ACTIVITY 2.11
  • 73. Customizing the Desktop
    • Reinstate original desktop settings by right-clicking on an empty location on desktop, click Properties at shortcut menu, then return Background, Screen Saver, and Color Scheme to original settings.
    ACTIVITY 2.11
  • 74. Customizing the Desktop
    • At Display Properties dialog box, click Settings tab.
    • Look in Screen resolution section below slider bar and check current screen resolution setting.
    • Drag slider bar in Screen resolution section right or left as necessary until screen resolution is set to 1024 by 768 pixels .
    • Click OK to close Display Properties dialog box.
    ACTIVITY 2.11

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