Windows 2000 exercisesWindows 2000 exercises, Palle Gronbek

64 pages and 300 Illustrations
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  • The opening screen - Dialog box - Starting a program - Writing a letter - Printing your letter - Saving your letter - What is a file? - What can I call my files? - Opening a file - Shutting down the computer

  • Basic terminology - Desktop elements (objects) - Important objects on the desktop - Other objects - The Taskbar can do far more - dragging - Windows - The Title & Menu bars - Working with several windows simultaneously - Moving between open programs - A right click - Menu points - I suggest…

  • The Mouse - Techniques and training - Are you sitting comfortably?? - Click - Double click - Right click - Drag - Gymnastics with the mouse - The window’s size…

  • Help - What’s this? - Right click…

  • Creating more files - Creating a drawing…

  • Working with objects - A right drag - Rename objects - Deleting objects - Undo delete - Desktop properties

  • My computer - How "My computer" is structured

  • Explorer - Build up a file structure - The Explorer window - Sorting objects - The hierarchy in Explorer - Creating folders on the Desktop - Creating folders in Explorer - Moving files and folders - When moving does not work - Undoing an action - Copy files and folders - Deleting folders and files - Copying to other drives - Some tips about selecting - Find files in Explorer - Find using part of a file name - Quick View - Configuring Explorer - File types - Starting programs in Explorer - What do I do next?

  • Object properties

  • Shortcuts - Shortcuts on the Desktop - Shortcuts in the Start menu - A Shortcut to a printer - While on the subject of shortcuts…

  • Control Panel - Regional settings  - Date/time  - Mouse  - Passwords  - Add new hardware  - The system  - Add/Remove programs  - Windows programs   - Install/uninstall  - Startup disk  - Different display options  - What next?  - General Windows keys

 

 
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