Windows XP Project Introduction to Microsoft Windows XP and Office 2003Slide 2
Objectives Launch Microsoft Windows XP, sign on to the PC, and recognize the articles on the desktop Perform the fundamental mouse operations: point, click, right-click, double tap, drag, and right-drag Display the Start menu and begin an application program Open, limit, augment, reestablish, move, size, parchment, and close a windowSlide 3
Objectives Display drive and organizer substance Create an envelope in Windows Explorer and Microsoft Word Type, name, and spare a Word archive Download organizers from scsite.comSlide 4
Objectives Copy, move, rename, and erase records Search for documents utilizing a word or expression in the record or by name Use Help and Support Log off from the PC and turn it offSlide 5
Logging On to the Computer Turn on the PC and sit tight for the Welcome screen Point to the Brad Wilson symbol on the Welcome screen by moving the mouse over a level surface until the mouse pointer lays on the symbol Click the symbol by squeezing and discharging the left mouse catch, sort lakers in the Type your secret word content box, and after that indicate the Next catch Click the Next catchSlide 7
Displaying the Start Menu Point to the Start catch on the taskbar Click the Start catch Point to All Programs on the Start menu Point to Accessories on the All Programs submenu Point to an open region of the desktop and afterward tap the open zone to close the Start menu, Accessories submenu, and All Programs submenuSlide 8
The Start MenuSlide 9
Adding an Icon to the Desktop Click the Start catch, indicate My Computer on the Start menu, and afterward press and discharge the correct mouse catch Point to Show on Desktop on the easy route menu Click Show on Desktop See figure on next slide Click an open region on the desktop to close the begin menuSlide 11
Opening a Window Using a Desktop Icon Point to the My Computer symbol on the desktop and after that double tap by rapidly squeezing and discharging the left mouse catch twice without moving the mouseSlide 12
Minimizing and Redisplaying a Window Point to the Minimize catch on the title bar of the My Computer window Click the Minimize catch Click the My Computer catch in the taskbar catch regionSlide 13
Maximizing and Restoring a Window Point to the Maximize catch on the title bar of the My Computer window Click the Maximize catch See figure on next slide Point to the Restore Down catch on the title bar of the My Computer window Click the Restore Down catchSlide 14
Maximizing and Restoring a WindowSlide 15
Closing a Window Point to the Close catch on the title bar of the My Computer window Click the Close catchSlide 16
Opening a Window Using the Start Menu Click the Start catch on the taskbar and afterward indicate the My Documents charge on the Start menu Click My Documents on the Start menuSlide 17
Moving a Window by Dragging Point to the My Documents window title bar Hold down the left mouse catch, move the mouse down so the window moves to the focal point of the desktop, and after that discharge the left mouse catchSlide 18
Expanding an Area Point to the twofold down bolt catch in the Details zone Click the twofold down bolt catchSlide 19
Scrolling Using Scroll Arrows Point to the up parchment bolt on the vertical parchment bar Click the up parchment bolt two circumstances Click the up parchment bolt three more circumstancesSlide 20
Sizing a Window by Dragging Position the mouse pointer over the base outskirt of the My Documents window until the mouse pointer changes to a two-headed bolt Drag the base fringe descending until the Details zone on your desktop takes after the Details range appeared on the following slideSlide 21
Sizing a Window by DraggingSlide 22
Collapsing an Area Point to the bend over bolt in the Details territory Click the bend over bolt catchSlide 23
Resizing a Window Position the mouse pointer over the base fringe of the My Documents window fringe until the mouse pointer changes to a two-headed bolt Drag the base outskirt of the My Documents window up until the window is an indistinguishable size from appeared on slide 16Slide 24
Closing a Window Point to the Close catch on the privilege of the title bar in the My Documents window Click the Close catchSlide 25
Deleting a Desktop Icon by Right-Dragging Point to the My Computer symbol on the desktop, hold down the correct mouse catch, drag the My Computer symbol over the Recycle Bin symbol Release the correct mouse catch and after that indicate Move Here on the alternate way menu Click Move Here and after that indicate the Yes catch in the Confirm Delete exchange box See figure on next slide Click the Yes catchSlide 26
Deleting a Desktop Icon by Right-DraggingSlide 27
Starting an Application Using the Start Menu Click the Start catch on the taskbar and after that indicate Internet on the stuck things list on the Start menu Click Internet Click the Close catch in the Microsoft Internet Explorer windowSlide 28
Starting Windows Explorer and Maximizing Its Window Click the Start catch on the taskbar and after that snap My Computer on the Start menu Maximize the My Computer window If the status bar does not show up at the base of the My Computer window, click View on the menu bar and afterward click Status Bar Point to the Folders catch on the Standard Buttons toolbar Click the Folders catchSlide 29
Launching Windows Explorer and Maximizing Its WindowSlide 30
Plugging a USB Flash Drive into a USB Port Plug the USB streak crash into a USB port on the PC Scroll to the base of the What do you need Windows to do? list box and tap the Take no activity order Click the OK catch in the What do you need Windows to do? list boxSlide 31
Plugging a USB Flash Drive into a USB PortSlide 32
Creating a Folder on a Removable Drive Click the Removable Drive (E :) symbol in the Folders sheet, right-click an open territory of the correct sheet to show an alternate way menu, indicate New on the easy route menu, and after that indicate Folder on the New submenu Click Folder on the New submenu, sort Freshman in the symbol title content box, and after that press the ENTER keySlide 33
Creating a Folder on a Removable DriveSlide 34
Downloading a Hierarchy of Folders into the Freshman Folder Start Internet Explorer by tapping the Start catch on the taskbar and after that clicking Internet on the Start menu Click the Address box on the Address bar, sort scsite.com in the Address box, and afterward tap the Go catch When the SCSITE.COM Shelly Cashman Series Student Resources Web page is shown, look down to see the Browse by Subject range, and after that tap the Office Suites connect When the extended Office Suites connection is shown, tap the connection containing the name of your course reading (for instance, Microsoft Office 2003: Introductory Concepts and Techniques, 2 nd Edition)Slide 35
Downloading a Hierarchy of Folders into the Freshman Folder Scroll down to show the Data Files for Students (Windows) zone and afterward tap the Windows XP Project 1 Folders and Files interface When the File Download – Security Warning exchange box is shown, tap the Run catch When the Internet Explorer – Security Warning discourse box is shown, tap the Run catch When the WinZip Self-Extractor exchange box is shown, sort the removable media drive letter of your removable media drive took after by a colon, oblique punctuation line, and organizer name (Freshman) (for instance, E:\Freshman)Slide 36
Downloading a Hierarchy of Folders into the Freshman Folder Click the Unzip catch in the WinZip Self-Extractor discourse box When a littler WinZip Self-Extractor exchange box is shown, tap the OK catch Click the Close catch in the WinZip Self-Extractor exchange enclose Click the Close catch the SCSITE.COM Shelly Cashman Series Student Resources windowSlide 37
Expanding a Drive Point to the in addition to sign in the little box to one side of the Removable Disk (E:) symbol in the Folders sheet Click the in addition to signSlide 38
Expanding a Folder Point to the in addition to sign in the little box to one side of the Freshman symbol Click the in addition to signSlide 39
Displaying the Contents of a Folder Click the 1 st Semester symbol in the Folders sheetSlide 40
Starting Word Click the Start catch on the Windows taskbar, indicate All Programs on the Start menu, indicate Microsoft Office on the All Programs submenu, and afterward indicate Microsoft Office Word 2003 on the Microsoft Office submenu Click Microsoft Office Word 2003 If the Microsoft Word window is not boosted, double tap its title bar to amplify it If the Office Assistant shows up, right-click it and afterward click Hide on the easy route menu If the Getting Started errand sheet shows up, tap the Close catch in the upper-right corner of the Getting Started sheetSlide 41
Starting WordSlide 42
Typing Text in a Word Document Type Monday, April 10 and after that press the ENTER key twice. Sort Finish - More Birds Data Base and afterward press the ENTER key. Sort Read - Next Project and afterward press the ENTER keySlide 43
Saving a Word Document in a New Folder Click the Save catch on the Standard toolbar Type Monday, April 10 in the File name content box. Try not to press the ENTER key subsequent to writing the record name Click the Save in box bolt Click Removable Disk (E:) in the Save in rundownSlide 44
Saving a Word Document in a New Folder Double-click Freshman in the Save As exchange box Double-click 1 st Semester in the Save As discourse box Double-click Computer Class in the Save As exchange box Click the Create New Folder catch on the Save As discourse box toolbar. Sort Homework in the Name content box in the New Folder exchange boxSlide 45
Saving a Word Document in a New Folder Click the OK catch in the New Folder discourse confine Click the Save catch the Save As discourse box Click the Close catch in the Monday, April 10 – Microsoft Word w
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