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Getting Started with Windows® XP. Butler County Community College Adult and Community Education. Tracey L. Fisher . Course Overview – Week 1. Terminology Start Windows and Use the Mouse Use the Start Button and the Taskbar Work with a Window. Course Overview – Week 2.

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getting started with windows xp
Getting Started withWindows® XP

Butler County Community College

Adult and Community Education

Tracey L. Fisher

course overview week 1
Course Overview – Week 1
  • Terminology
  • Start Windows and Use the Mouse
  • Use the Start Button and the Taskbar
  • Work with a Window
course overview week 2
Course Overview – Week 2
  • Manage Files Using Windows Explorer
  • Create Files and Folders
  • Develop File Management System
course overview week 3
Course Overview – Week 3
  • Control Panel
  • Windows Desktop
  • Windows Desktop Properties
  • System Tools
  • Maintaining Windows
objectives week 1
Objectives – Week 1
  • Terminology
  • Start Windows and Use the Mouse
  • Use the Start Button and the Taskbar
  • Work with a Window
windows terminology
Operating System

Start button

Mouse Pointer

Desktop

Icon

Title Bar

Minimize

Maximize

Menu Bar

Toolbar

Status Bar

Task Bar

Windows Terminology
windows terminology7
Message Box

Dialog Box

Scroll Bar

Submenu

File

Folder

Subfolder

Filename

File Extension

Multi-tasking

GUI

Windows Terminology

(continued)

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Application

software

Operating

system

Hardware

The Operating System

The operating system is a translation software. The application software gives a command (in programming language) and the operating system transmits it to the hardware in bits (0’s and 1’s). The process works in both directions.

welcome to windows xp
Welcome to Windows® XP

The Home and Professional versions have the same Log In screen

Some user accounts requires a password

the start menu
The Start Menu

The menu can be configured for the XP theme (double columns)

fig 2a and b

the start menu continued
The Start Menu (continued)

Or, it can be configured for the Classic theme (one column)

the desktop configuration
The Desktop Configuration

The Desktop can be configured for the Windows XP theme

the desktop configuration continued
The Desktop Configuration (continued)

Or, the Desktop can be configured for the Classic theme

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Anatomy of a Window

Title bar

Tool bar

Menu bar

Status bar

anatomy of a window continued
Anatomy of a Window (continued)

Minimize button

Vertical Scroll bar

Maximize button

Close button

Task Pane

pull down menus
Pull-Down Menus

Ellipsis indicates further information is necessary

pull down menus continued
Pull-down Menus (continued)

Dimmed command is currently unavailable

Shortcut keys

pull down menus continued18
Pull-down Menus (continued)

Alt + V will pull down View menu

Check indicates toggle switch is on

Arrowhead indicates submenu will be displayed

Bullet indicates choice from among exclusive items

dialog boxes
Dialog Boxes

Help button

Tabs provide access to sets of options

Spin Buttons

Option buttons indicates exclusive items

dialog boxes continued
Dialog Boxes (continued)

Spin buttons

Text box allows entry of specific information

Command buttons

objectives week 2
Objectives – Week 2
  • Manage Files Using Windows Explorer
  • Create Files and Folders
  • Develop File Management System
files and folders details view

Folder name

Files and Folders: Details View

Chevron

Selected file

Task pane

Status bar

windows explorer
Windows Explorer

+ sign indicates object is collapsed

- Sign indicate object is expanded

Milestones in Communication is selected file

Homework is the active folder

windows explorer continued
Windows Explorer (continued)

Address bar reflects actual location of active folder

Maryann is current user

My Documents folder is expanded

My Music folder is active folder

Shared Documents Folder

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Windows Explorer (continued)
  • Moving and Copying a File
    • Click and drag
    • Copy and Paste
  • Deleting a File
    • Del key
    • Recycle Bin
  • Backup
    • Backup strategy
    • Copy files
week 3 miscellaneous
Week 3 - Miscellaneous
  • Windows Desktop
  • Windows Desktop Properties
  • System Tools
  • Maintaining Windows
control panel

Point to category and screen tip is displayed

Control Panel affects every aspect of your system

Control Panel

Switch to Classic view

shortcuts

Shortcut Icons

Shortcuts

My Computer icon

Jump arrow

Quick Launch toolbar

help and support center
Help and Support Center

Toolbar

Keyword

Index button

Forward Button

Back button

Subtopics

the search companion
The Search Companion

Chevron indicates file size

Search Pane

Chevron indicates modification date

File name

Word in file

Drives to search

Search button

windows messenger
Windows Messenger

Click to send file or photo

Emoticons

References to file transfer

Enter message here

summary
Summary
  • Windows XP is the newest and most powerful version of the Windows operating system
  • Every window contains the same basic elements, such as the title bar
  • A file is a set of data or set of instructions
  • Files can be copied, moved, deleted, and restored from the hard drive using the Recycle bin
  • The control panel controls all computer aspects
  • Windows XP has some fun tools, such as the Windows Messenger
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