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Windows XP 101:Using Windows XP Professional in the Classroom


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Showing or Hiding System Icons

Showing or Hiding System Icons

  • To show or hide System icons

  • Right-click the taskbar, and then click Properties.

  • On the Notification area tab, click Customize.

  • In the Customize Notifications dialog box, right-click the Behavior of an item that you want to show or hide.

  • Click the down arrow to either Hide when inactive, Always hide, or Always show.


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Organizing Your Lesson Plans, Pictures, and Other Classroom Files

Organizing Your Lesson Plans, Pictures, and Other Classroom Files

  • To list documents by type, and then organize into groups:

  • On the Start menu, click My Documents, and then open the folder containing the documents you want to view.

  • On the View menu, click Arrange Icons by Type.

  • On the Arrange Icons By Type menu, select Show In Groups.


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Publishing Class Projects to the Web

Publishing Class Projects to the Web

  • To publish to the Web (cont.)

  • Type your password in the Password text box, and then click Next to continue.

  • To complete the Password Wizard, click Finish. In the File Destination dialog box, select a folder in which you want to publish your files, or click Create a new folder to make a new folder.

  • Click Next. Your document is automatically copied to the destination Web site.

  • Click Finish to close the Web Publishing Wizard.

  • To publish to the Web

  • On the Start menu, click My Documents. Click to select the document that you want to publish to the Web.

  • In the File Tasks menu, click Publish this file to the Web.

  • The Web Publishing Wizard starts. Click Next to continue.

  • The Destination Web Site page appears.

  • The Passport Wizard starts. Click Next to continue.

  • Click to select Yes, use an existing e-mail account, and then click Next.

  • Type your e-mail address in the E-mail address or Passport box, and then click Next to continue.


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Changing the Viewing Options in My Pictures

Changing the Viewing Options in My Pictures

  • Changing the Viewing Options in My Pictures

  • On the Start menu, click My Pictures.

  • On the View menu, click Filmstrip.


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E-mail Project Pictures

  • To E-mail Project Pictures

  • In the File and Folder menu on the sidebar, select e-mail this file

  • Choose make all my pictures smaller, click OK.

  • Picture automatically is attached to default email client.

E-mail Project Pictures


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Printing Project Pictures

  • To Print Project Pictures

  • In the Picture Tasks menu on the sidebar, select Print This Picture

  • Click Next on Photo Printing Wizard.

  • Select pictures you wish to print, click Next.

  • Choose the printer you wish to print to, click Next.

  • In Layout Selection, select the 4 x 6 in, 3-up option.

  • Click Next.

  • Click Finish.

Printing Project Pictures


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Using Media Player for Windows XP

Using Media Player for Windows XP

  • To use Media Player for Windows XP

  • On the Start menu, click Windows Media Player.

  • Place a CD in your CD-ROM drive.

  • Click the Now Playing tab to view information about your CD. If your CD does not start automatically, click the Play icon.


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Copying Audio Files To CD

  • To Copy Audio Files To CD

  • In Windows Media Player, Choose Copy to CD or Device.

  • Choose audio files to burn to CD, click Okay.

Copying Audio Files To CD


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Using the SearchCompanion For Classroom Projects

Using the Search Companion For Classroom Projects

  • To use the Search Companion

  • On the Start menu, click Internet Explorer.

  • Click the Search icon on the toolbar to open Search Companion.

  • Type Sao Paoloin the text box, and then click Search.

  • Select Automatically Send Your Search To Other Search Engines


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Using Windows Messenger

Using Windows Messenger

  • To place a call by using Windows Messenger

  • On the Start menu, point to All Programs, and click Windows Messenger.

  • The Windows Messenger dialog box opens. Click the link to sign in .

  • Click the Call icon .

  • Click to select the name of the IT staff member that you want from your Contacts list, and then click Computer .

  • A message appears that confirms that you have placed a call correctly. After your call connects, you can begin your conversation immediately .


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Asking a Friend or IT Support Person for Assistance

Asking a Friend or IT Support Person for Assistance

  • To Ask a Friend or IT Support Person for Remote Assistance

  • On the Start menu, click Help and Support.

  • In the Ask for Assistance list, click Get Support.

  • In the Support Options menu, click Ask a Friend to Help.

  • Click Invite Someone to Help You.

  • Select to send your invitation As an e-mail Message.

  • Type recipient‚Äôs e-mail address and a message in the Message text box, and click Continue.

  • To complete the Request for Help invitation (cont.)

  • Set the expiration time for the invitation. The default time is one hour.

  • Type a password in the Password text box, type it again in the Confirm Password text box, and then click Send Invitation.

  • A message appears informing you that your invitation has been sent successfully.


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Installing the Remote Desktop Web Connection

Installing a Remote Desktop Web Connection

  • To install the Remote Desktop Web Connection

  • On the Start menu, click Control Panel. Click Add orRemove Programs.

  • Click Add/Remove Windows Components.

  • In the Windows Components Wizard dialog box, select Internet Information Services, and then click Details.

  • In the Subcomponents of Internet Information Services (IIS) list, select World Wide Web Service, and then click Details.

  • In the Subcomponents for World Wide Web Service list, select the Remote Desktop Web Connection check box, and then click OK.

  • In the Windows Components Wizard, click Next to continue.

  • To install the Remote Desktop Web Connection (cont.)

  • Insert your Windows XP installation CD into the CD ROM drive of your computer, or click OK to browse to the installation files.

  • Click Finish to close the Windows Components Wizard, and click Close to close the Add or Remove Programs dialog box.


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Connecting to Your Classroom or Office Computer from a Remote Location

Connecting to Your Classroom or Office Computer from a Remote Location

  • To enable a Remote Desktop connection on your primary workstation

  • On the Start menu, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties to open the System Properties dialog box.

  • Click the Remote tab.

  • In the Remote Desktop pane, select the Allow users to connect remotely to this computer check box, and then click Select Remote Users. You can add or remove users as you want, and then click OK to close the Remote Desktop Users dialog box.

  • Click Apply, and then click OK to close the System Properties dialog box.


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  • To connect to Remote Desktop

  • On the Start menu, point to All Programs.

  • Point to Accessories, point to Communications, and click Remote Desktop Connection.

  • Type the information for the computer you want to connect to in the Computer text box, and then click Connect.


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