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Aptitudes (1 of 2). Show the Windows Vista desktopPerform the accompanying activities utilizing the mouse:PointClickDouble-clickDragStart and close a programOpen and close a windowShut down Windows Vista. Aptitudes (2 of 2). Move a windowMinimize, expand, and restore a windowStack and course windowsDisplay the Date and Time dialog boxUse parts of a dialog boxDisplay the Volume sliderDisplay the Taskbar
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MICROSOFT WINDOWS VISTA EXPLORING WINDOWS VISTA Section 1

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Skills (1 of 2) Display the Windows Vista desktop Perform the accompanying activities utilizing the mouse: Point Click Double-click Drag Start and close a program Open and close a window Shut down Windows Vista

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Skills (2 of 2) Move a window Minimize, boost, and reestablish a window Stack and course windows Display the Date and Time discourse box Use segments of an exchange box Display the Volume slider Display the Taskbar and Start Menu Properties discourse box

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Exploring the Windows Vista Desktop ACTIVITY 1.1 Display the Windows Vista desktop. Move mouse on the work area and notice how the pointer moves in the Windows desktop. Symbol Sidebar Start catch Taskbar

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Mouse Terms ACTIVITY 1.1 Point Position the mouse on the wanted thing. Click Quickly tap a catch, for the most part the left catch, on the mouse once. Double Tap the left mouse catch twice with hardly a pause in between. Drag Press and hold down the left mouse catch, move the mouse pointer to a particular area, and after that discharge the mouse catch.

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Mouse Icons ACTIVITY 1.1 The mouse I-shaft pointer shows up in a program screen where you enter content. The mouse pointer shows up as a bolt indicating up and the left. The mouse pointer turns into a twofold headed bolt when performing capacities, for example, resizing a window. The mouse pointer turns into a four-made a beeline for move a chose question left, appropriate, up, or down. The hourglass signifies "please hold up." The pointer transforms into a hand on specific symbols and hyperlinks. Clicking will show extra data.

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Exploring the Windows Vista Desktop ACTIVITY 1.1 Move mouse pointer to current time at the far right half of Taskbar—current day and date will show in a fly up box. Position mouse pointer on Start catch on Taskbar, click left mouse catch.

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Exploring the Windows Vista Desktop ACTIVITY 1.1 At Start menu, indicate All Programs and snap Microsoft Office . Move mouse pointer to Microsoft Office Word 2007 in extended menu, click left mouse catch.

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Exploring the Windows Vista Desktop ACTIVITY 1.1 Close Microsoft Word by clicking Close catch in upper right corner of program. At Windows Vista desktop, position mouse pointer on Recycle Bin symbol, then double tap left mouse catch. Close Recycle Bin window by clicking Close catch in upper right corner of window.

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Exploring the Windows Vista Desktop ACTIVITY 1.1 Shut down Windows Vista by clicking Start catch and indicating the privilege guiding bolt next toward the secure symbol in the correct segment. At the fly up menu, tap the Shut Down choice.

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Opening and Manipulating Windows ACTIVITY 1.2 At Windows Vista desktop, double tap Recycle Bin symbol. Move the window on the desktop by situating the mouse pointer on the window Title bar (along top of the window), hold down left mouse catch, drag the window to an alternate area on the desktop, and discharge mouse catch.

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Opening and Manipulating Windows ACTIVITY 1.2 Click Start catch on Taskbar, then snap Computer in the correct segment at Start menu. Make certain the Title bar of Recycle Bin window is obvious (if not, move Computer window) and snap Recycle Bin Title bar.

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Opening and Manipulating Windows ACTIVITY 1.2 Minimize Recycle Bin window to an assignment catch on Taskbar by tapping the Minimize catch at right half of Recycle Bin Title bar. Limit Computer window to an assignment catch on Taskbar by clicking Minimize catch at right half of Title bar.

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Opening and Manipulating Windows ACTIVITY 1.2 Redisplay Recycle Bin window by clicking Recycle Bin errand catch on Taskbar. Redisplay Computer window by clicking Computer errand catch on Taskbar.

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Opening and Manipulating Windows ACTIVITY 1.2 Click Maximize catch situated at right half of Computer window. Click Restore Down catch situated at right half of Computer window.

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Opening and Manipulating Windows ACTIVITY 1.2 Right-tap on purge area of Taskbar, then snap Show Windows Stacked . Right-tap on purge segment of Taskbar, then snap Cascade Windows at alternate way menu. Close Computer window by clicking Close catch. Close Recycle Bin window by clicking Close catch.

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Start catch Quick Launch territory errand catch region Notification range Exploring the Taskbar ACTIVITY 1.3 At Windows Vista desktop, click current time that presentations at far right half of Taskbar then snap Change date and time settings . Check to ensure revise date and time show in Date and Time discourse box.

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Exploring the Taskbar ACTIVITY 1.3 Click Additional Clocks tab situated toward top of Date and Time box. Click OK to close Date and Time exchange box.

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Dialog Box Components (1 of 3) ACTIVITY 1.3 Tabs: Click an exchange box tab and the discourse box choices change. Content box: Type or alter message in a content box. May contain an up or down directing bolt toward permit alternatives. Drop-down rundown box: Click the down directing bolt at the correct side of a drop-down rundown box and a rundown of decisions showcases.

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Dialog Box Components (2 of 3) ACTIVITY 1.3 List box: A rundown box shows a rundown of choices. Check boxes: If a check box contains a stamp, the choice is dynamic Option catches: Only one choice catch in an exchange box can be chosen (dim or shaded) whenever. Charge catches: Click a summon catch to execute or cross out an order.

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Dialog Box Components (3 of 3) ACTIVITY 1.3 Slider: Using the mouse, drag a slider to increment or decline the number, speed, or rate of the choice. Scroll bar: A parchment bar shows when the data in a window is bigger than can fit in the window.

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Mute catch Exploring the Taskbar ACTIVITY 1.3 Position mouse pointer on Volume catch at right half of Taskbar, then snap left mouse catch. In the wake of review Volume slider, tap on any unfilled area on desktop to expel slider. Right-tap on any void area on Taskbar, then snap Properties at alternate route menu that showcases.

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Exploring the Taskbar ACTIVITY 1.3 Click Auto-shroud the taskbar choice to embed a check stamp. Click Apply charge catch. Click OK catch to close Taskbar and Start Menu Properties exchange box. Show Taskbar by moving mouse pointer to base of desktop.

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Exploring the Taskbar ACTIVITY 1.3 Right-tap on any unfilled area on Taskbar, then snap Properties at alternate route menu. Click Auto-shroud the taskbar choice to evacuate check stamp. Click Apply charge catch. Click OK catch to close Taskbar and Start Menu Properties discourse box.

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