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Windows XP Project Introduction to Microsoft Windows XP and Office 2003 Objectives Launch Microsoft Windows XP, log on to the computer, and identify the objects on the desktop Perform the basic mouse operations: point, click, right-click, double-click, drag, and right-drag

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windows xp project

Windows XP Project

Introduction to Microsoft Windows XP and Office 2003

objectives
Objectives
  • Launch Microsoft Windows XP, log on to the computer, and identify the objects on the desktop
  • Perform the basic mouse operations: point, click, right-click, double-click, drag, and right-drag
  • Display the Start menu and start an application program
  • Open, minimize, maximize, restore, move, size, scroll, and close a window
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Objectives
  • Display drive and folder contents
  • Create a folder in Windows Explorer and Microsoft Word
  • Type, name, and save a Word document
  • Download folders from scsite.com
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Objectives
  • Copy, move, rename, and delete files
  • Search for files using a word or phrase in the file or by name
  • Use Help and Support
  • Log off from the computer and turn it off
logging on to the computer
Logging On to the Computer
  • Turn on the computer and wait for the Welcome screen
  • Point to the Brad Wilson icon on the Welcome screen by moving the mouse across a flat surface until the mouse pointer rests on the icon
  • Click the icon by pressing and releasing the left mouse button, type lakers in the Type your password text box, and then point to the Next button
  • Click the Next button
displaying the start menu
Displaying the Start Menu
  • Point to the Start button on the taskbar
  • Click the Start button
  • Point to All Programs on the Start menu
  • Point to Accessories on the All Programs submenu
  • Point to an open area of the desktop and then click the open area to close the Start menu, Accessories submenu, and All Programs submenu
adding an icon to the desktop
Adding an Icon to the Desktop
  • Click the Start button, point to My Computer on the Start menu, and then press and release the right mouse button
  • Point to Show on Desktop on the shortcut menu
  • Click Show on Desktop
    • See figure on next slide
  • Click an open area on the desktop to close the start menu
opening a window using a desktop icon
Opening a Window Using a Desktop Icon
  • Point to the My Computer icon on the desktop and then double-click by quickly pressing and releasing the left mouse button twice without moving the mouse
minimizing and redisplaying a window
Minimizing and Redisplaying a Window
  • Point to the Minimize button on the title bar of the My Computer window
  • Click the Minimize button
  • Click the My Computer button in the taskbar button area
maximizing and restoring a window
Maximizing and Restoring a Window
  • Point to the Maximize button on the title bar of the My Computer window
  • Click the Maximize button
    • See figure on next slide
  • Point to the Restore Down button on the title bar of the My Computer window
  • Click the Restore Down button
closing a window
Closing a Window
  • Point to the Close button on the title bar of the My Computer window
  • Click the Close button
opening a window using the start menu
Opening a Window Using the Start Menu
  • Click the Start button on the taskbar and then point to the My Documents command on the Start menu
  • Click My Documents on the Start menu
moving a window by dragging
Moving a Window by Dragging
  • Point to the My Documents window title bar
  • Hold down the left mouse button, move the mouse down so the window moves to the center of the desktop, and then release the left mouse button
expanding an area
Expanding an Area
  • Point to the double down arrow button in the Details area
  • Click the double down arrow button
scrolling using scroll arrows
Scrolling Using Scroll Arrows
  • Point to the up scroll arrow on the vertical scroll bar
  • Click the up scroll arrow two times
  • Click the up scroll arrow three more times
sizing a window by dragging
Sizing a Window by Dragging
  • Position the mouse pointer over the bottom border of the My Documents window until the mouse pointer changes to a two-headed arrow
  • Drag the bottom border downward until the Details area on your desktop resembles the Details area shown on the next slide
collapsing an area
Collapsing an Area
  • Point to the double up arrow in the Details area
  • Click the double up arrow button
resizing a window
Resizing a Window
  • Position the mouse pointer over the bottom border of the My Documents window border until the mouse pointer changes to a two-headed arrow
  • Drag the bottom border of the My Documents window up until the window is the same size as shown on slide 16
closing a window24
Closing a Window
  • Point to the Close button on the right of the title bar in the My Documents window
  • Click the Close button
deleting a desktop icon by right dragging
Deleting a Desktop Icon by Right-Dragging
  • Point to the My Computer icon on the desktop, hold down the right mouse button, drag the My Computer icon over the Recycle Bin icon
  • Release the right mouse button and then point to Move Here on the shortcut menu
  • Click Move Here and then point to the Yes button in the Confirm Delete dialog box
    • See figure on next slide
  • Click the Yes button
starting an application using the start menu
Starting an Application Using the Start Menu
  • Click the Start button on the taskbar and then point to Internet on the pinned items list on the Start menu
  • Click Internet
  • Click the Close button in the Microsoft Internet Explorer window
starting windows explorer and maximizing its window
Starting Windows Explorer and Maximizing Its Window
  • Click the Start button on the taskbar and then click My Computer on the Start menu
  • Maximize the My Computer window
  • If the status bar does not appear at the bottom of the My Computer window, click View on the menu bar and then click Status Bar
  • Point to the Folders button on the Standard Buttons toolbar
  • Click the Folders button
plugging a usb flash drive into a usb port
Plugging a USB Flash Drive into a USB Port
  • Plug the USB flash drive into a USB port on the computer
  • Scroll to the bottom of the What do you want Windows to do? list box and click the Take no action command
  • Click the OK button in the What do you want Windows to do? list box
creating a folder on a removable drive
Creating a Folder on a Removable Drive
  • Click the Removable Drive (E:) icon in the Folders pane, right-click an open area of the right pane to display a shortcut menu, point to New on the shortcut menu, and then point to Folder on the New submenu
  • Click Folder on the New submenu, type Freshman in the icon title text box, and then press the ENTER key
downloading a hierarchy of folders into the freshman folder
Downloading a Hierarchy of Folders into the Freshman Folder
  • Start Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button on the taskbar and then clicking Internet on the Start menu
  • Click the Address box on the Address bar, type scsite.com in the Address box, and then click the Go button
  • When the SCSITE.COM Shelly Cashman Series Student Resources Web page is displayed, scroll down to view the Browse by Subject area, and then click the Office Suites link
  • When the expanded Office Suites link is displayed, click the link containing the name of your textbook (for example, Microsoft Office 2003: Introductory Concepts and Techniques, 2nd Edition)
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Downloading a Hierarchy of Folders into the Freshman Folder
  • Scroll down to display the Data Files for Students (Windows) area and then click the Windows XP Project 1 Folders and Files link
  • When the File Download – Security Warning dialog box is displayed, click the Run button
  • When the Internet Explorer – Security Warning dialog box is displayed, click the Run button
  • When the WinZip Self-Extractor dialog box is displayed, type the removable media drive letter of your removable media drive followed by a colon, backslash, and folder name (Freshman) (for example, E:\Freshman)
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Downloading a Hierarchy of Folders into the Freshman Folder
  • Click the Unzip button in the WinZip Self-Extractor dialog box
  • When a smaller WinZip Self-Extractor dialog box is displayed, click the OK button
  • Click the Close button in the WinZip Self-Extractor dialog box
  • Click the Close button in the SCSITE.COM Shelly Cashman Series Student Resources window
expanding a drive
Expanding a Drive
  • Point to the plus sign in the small box to the left of the Removable Disk (E:) icon in the Folders pane
  • Click the plus sign
expanding a folder
Expanding a Folder
  • Point to the plus sign in the small box to the left of the Freshman icon
  • Click the plus sign
displaying the contents of a folder
Displaying the Contents of a Folder
  • Click the 1st Semester icon in the Folders pane
starting word
Starting Word
  • Click the Start button on the Windows taskbar, point to All Programs on the Start menu, point to Microsoft Office on the All Programs submenu, and then point to Microsoft Office Word 2003 on the Microsoft Office submenu
  • Click Microsoft Office Word 2003
  • If the Microsoft Word window is not maximized, double-click its title bar to maximize it
  • If the Office Assistant appears, right-click it and then click Hide on the shortcut menu
  • If the Getting Started task pane appears, click the Close button in the upper-right corner of the Getting Started pane
typing text in a word document
Typing Text in a Word Document
  • Type Monday, April 10 and then press the ENTER key twice. Type Finish - More Birds Data Base and then press the ENTER key. Type Read - Next Project and then press the ENTER key
saving a word document in a new folder
Saving a Word Document in a New Folder
  • Click the Save button on the Standard toolbar
  • Type Monday, April 10 in the File name text box. Do not press the ENTER key after typing the file name
  • Click the Save in box arrow
  • Click Removable Disk (E:) in the Save in list
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Saving a Word Document in a New Folder
  • Double-click Freshman in the Save As dialog box
  • Double-click 1st Semester in the Save As dialog box
  • Double-click Computer Class in the Save As dialog box
  • Click the Create New Folder button on the Save As dialog box toolbar. Type Homework in the Name text box in the New Folder dialog box
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Saving a Word Document in a New Folder
  • Click the OK button in the New Folder dialog box
  • Click the Save button in the Save As dialog box
  • Click the Close button in the Monday, April 10 – Microsoft Word window
verifying the contents of a folder
Verifying the Contents of a Folder
  • Click the plus sign in the small box next to the Computer Class icon in the Folders pane
  • Click the Homework icon in the Folders pane
copying a file in windows explorer by right dragging
Copying a File in Windows Explorer by Right-Dragging
  • Click the Access icon in the Folders pane
  • Right-drag the More Birds icon onto the top of the Homework folder
  • Click Copy Here on the shortcut menu
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Displaying the Contents of a Folder
  • Click the Homework icon in the Folders pane
renaming a file
Renaming a File
  • Click the Word folder
  • Right-click the Expenses Table icon in the right pane
  • Click Rename on the shortcut menu
  • Type Personal Expenses Table and then press the ENTER key
deleting a file by right clicking
Deleting a File by Right-Clicking
  • Right-click the Paris Announcement icon in the right pane
  • Click Delete on the shortcut menu
  • Click the Yes button in the Confirm File Delete dialog box
closing expanded folders
Closing Expanded Folders
  • Click the minus sign to the left of the Computer Class icon
closing all expanded folders
Closing All Expanded Folders
  • Click the minus sign to the left of the 1st Semester icon
  • Click the minus sign to the left of the Freshman icon
  • Click the minus sign to the left of the Removable Disk (E:) icon
quitting windows explorer
Quitting Windows Explorer
  • Click the Close button on the Removable Disk (E:) window title bar
searching for a file by name
Searching for a File by Name
  • Click the Start button on the taskbar
  • Click Search on the Start menu. If necessary, maximize the Search Results window
  • Click All files and folders in the Search Companion balloon. Type Expenses Table in the All or part of the file name text box
  • Click the Look in box arrow in the Search Companion pane
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Searching for a File by Name
  • Click Removable Disk (E:)
  • Click the Search button
  • Click the Close button on the Search Results window title bar
searching for a file using a word or phrase in the file
Searching for a File Using a Word or Phrase in the File
  • Click the Start button on the taskbar. Click Search on the Start menu. If necessary, maximize the Search Results window. Click All files and folders in the Search Companion balloon
  • Click the A word or phrase in the file text box
  • Type apply in the A word or phrase in the file text box, click the Look in box arrow, and then click Removable Disk (E:) in the Look in list
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Searching for a File Using a Word or Phrase in the File
  • Click the Search button in the Search Companion balloon
  • Click the Close button on the Search Results window title bar
  • Remove the USB flash drive from the USB port
starting help and support
Starting Help and Support
  • Click the Start button on the taskbar and then point to Help and Support on the Start menu
  • Click Help and Support and then click the Maximize button on the Help and Support Center title bar
browsing for help topics in the table of contents
Browsing for Help Topics in the Table of Contents
  • Point to Windows basics in the Pick a Help topic area
  • Click Windows basics and then point to Tips for using Help
  • Click Tips for using Help and then point to Find what you need in Help and Support Center in the topic pane
  • Click Find what you need in Help and Support Center and then read the information in the To find what you need in Help and Support Center topic in the topic pane
searching for help topics using the index
Searching for Help Topics Using the Index
  • Click the Index button on the navigation toolbar, type home networking in the Type in the keyword to find text box, and then point to overview in the list box
  • Click overview in the list box and then point to the Display button
  • Click the Display button
closing the help and support center
Closing the Help and Support Center
  • Click the Close button on the title bar of the Help and Support Center window
logging off from the computer
Logging Off from the Computer
  • Click the Start button on the taskbar and then point to Log Off on the Start menu
  • Click Log Off
  • Point to the Log Off button in the Log Off Windows dialog box
  • Click the Log Off button
turning off the computer
Turning Off the Computer
  • Point to the Turn off computer link on the Welcome screen
  • Click Turn off computer
  • Point to the Turn Off button in the Turn off computer dialog box
  • Click the Turn Off button
summary
Summary
  • Launch Microsoft Windows XP, log on to the computer, and identify the objects on the desktop
  • Perform the basic mouse operations: point, click, right-click, double-click, drag, and right-drag
  • Display the Start menu and start an application program
  • Open, minimize, maximize, restore, move, size, scroll, and close a window
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Summary
  • Display drive and folder contents
  • Create a folder in Windows Explorer and Microsoft Word
  • Type, name, and save a Word document
  • Download folders from scsite.com
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Summary
  • Copy, move, rename, and delete files
  • Search for files using a word or phrase in the file or by name
  • Use Help and Support
  • Log off from the computer and turn it off