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  1. Chapter 1 Fundamentals of Using Microsoft Windows Vista

  2. Objectives • Describe Microsoft Windows Vista • Explain operating system, server, workstation, and user interface • Log on to the computer • Identify the objects on the Microsoft Windows Vista desktop • Display the Start menu • Add gadgets to Windows Sidebar Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  3. Objectives • Identify the Computer and Documents windows • Add and remove a desktop icon • Open, minimize, maximize, restore, and close a Windows Vista window • Move and size a window on the Windows Vista desktop • Scroll in a window Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  4. Objectives • Launch an application program • Switch between running application programs • Use Windows Vista Help and Support • Log off from the computer and turn off the computer Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  5. Plan Ahead • Determine how you will be logging on to the computer • Establish which edition of Windows Vista is installed • Determine the permissions you have on the computer you will be using • Determine if you have Internet access Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  6. Logging On to the Computer • Click the SC Series icon (or your icon) on the Welcome screen to display the password text box • Type your password in the password text box • Click the arrow button to log on to the computer to display the Welcome Center window and Windows Sidebar on the Windows Vista desktop Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  7. Logging On to the Computer Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  8. Closing the Welcome Center • Click the Close button on the Welcome Center window to close the Welcome Center Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  9. Displaying the Start Menu • Click the Start button on the Windows Vista taskbar to display the Start menu • Click the All Programs command on the Start menu to display the All Programs list • Click the Accessories folder to display the Accessories list Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  10. Displaying the Start Menu Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  11. Scrolling Using Scroll Arrows, the Scroll Bar, and the Scroll Box • Click the down scroll arrow on the vertical scroll bar to display additional folders at the bottom of the All Programs list. You may need to click more than once to get to the bottom of the All Programs list • Click the scroll bar above the scroll box to move the scroll box to the top of the All Programs list. You may need to click more than once to get to the top of the All Programs list Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  12. Scrolling Using Scroll Arrows, the Scroll Bar, and the Scroll Box • Click the scroll box and drag down to the bottom of the scroll bar and display the bottom of the All Programs list • Click the Start button to close the Start menu Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  13. Scrolling Using Scroll Arrows, the Scroll Bar, and the Scroll Box Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  14. Opening the Computer Folder Window • Click the Start button on the Windows Vista taskbar to open the Start menu • Click the Computer command on the right pane to open the Computer folder window Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  15. Opening the Computer Folder Window Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  16. Minimizing and Redisplaying a Window • Click the Minimize button on the title bar of the Computer folder window to minimize the Computer folder window • Click the Computer button on the taskbar to display the Computer folder window Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  17. Minimizing and Redisplaying a Window Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  18. Maximizing and Restoring a Window • Click the Maximize button on the Computer folder window to maximize the Computer folder window • Click the Restore Down button on the Computer folder window to return the Computer folder window to its previous size Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  19. Maximizing and Restoring a Window Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  20. Closing a Window • Click the Close button on the title bar of the Computer folder window to close the Computer folder window Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  21. Adding an Icon to the Desktop • Click the Start button to open the Start menu • Point to the Documents command on the right pane and then click the right mouse button (right-click) • Point to the Send To command on the Documents shortcut menu to display the Send To submenu Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  22. Adding an Icon to the Desktop • Click the Desktop (create shortcut) command on the Send To submenu to place a shortcut to the Documents folder on the desktop • Click the Start button to close the Start menu Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  23. Adding an Icon to the Desktop Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  24. Opening a Window Using a Desktop Icon • Click the mouse button twice, in quick succession (double-click) on the Documents icon on the desktop to open the Documents folder window Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  25. Moving a Window by Dragging • Drag the Documents folder window to the center of the screen Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  26. Expanding the Folders List • Click the Folders button to expand the Folders list in the Navigation pane of the Documents folder window Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  27. Sizing a Window by Dragging • Point to the bottom border of the Documents folder window until the mouse pointer changes to a two-headed arrow • Drag the bottom border downward to display more of the Folders list Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  28. Sizing a Window by Dragging Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  29. Collapsing the Folders List • Click the Folders button to collapse the Folders list Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  30. Resizing a Window • Drag the bottom border of the Documents folder window up until the window is returned to approximately its original size Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  31. Closing a Window • Click the Close button on the title bar of the Documents folder window to close the Documents folder window Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  32. Deleting a Desktop Icon by Dragging • Point to the Documents – Shortcut icon on the desktop and press the left mouse button to select the icon. Do not release the left mouse button • Drag the Documents icon over the Recycle Bin icon on the desktop, and then release the left mouse button to place the shortcut in the Recycle Bin Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  33. Deleting a Desktop Icon by Dragging Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  34. Emptying the Recycle Bin • Right-click the Recycle Bin to show the shortcut menu • Click the Empty Recycle Bin command to permanently delete the contents of the Recycle Bin • Click the Yes button to confirm the operation Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  35. Emptying the Recycle Bin Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  36. Adding a Gadget to the Windows Sidebar • Click the Add Gadgets button (see Figure 1-28 on page WIN 28) to open the Gadget Gallery on the desktop • Double-click the CPU Meter gadget in the Gadget Gallery to add the gadget to the top of the Windows Sidebar and display the performance measurements for your CPU • Click the Close button to close the Gadget Gallery Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  37. Adding a Gadget to the Windows Sidebar Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  38. Removing a Gadget from the Windows Sidebar • Point to the CPU Meter gadget to make the Close button visible • Click the Close button to remove the CPU Meter gadget from the Windows Sidebar Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  39. Removing a Gadget from the Windows Sidebar Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  40. Starting an Application Using the Start Menu • To display the Start menu, click the Start button • Display the Accessories list • Click the Welcome Center command to start the Welcome Center Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  41. Starting an Application Using the Start Menu Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  42. Starting an Application Using the Search Box • Display the Start menu • Type wordpad in the Start Search box to have Windows Vista look for WordPad • Click the WordPad command in the Programs area to start WordPad Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  43. Starting an Application Using the Search Box Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  44. Starting an Application Using the Quick Launch Toolbar • Click the Internet Explorer icon on the Quick Launch toolbar to start Internet Explorer Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  45. Switching Applications Using Windows Flip 3D • Click the Switch Between Windows button on the Quick Launch toolbar to start Windows Flip 3D • Press the TAB key repeatedly until the WordPad window appears at the front of the applications displayed in Windows Flip 3D • Click the WordPad window to exit Windows Flip 3D and make WordPad the active application Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  46. Switching Applications Using Windows Flip 3D Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  47. Switching Applications Using the Taskbar • Click the MSN.com - Windows Internet Explorer button on the taskbar to make Internet Explorer the active application • Click the Welcome Center button on the taskbar to make the Welcome Center the active window • Click the Document button • WordPad button on the taskbar to make WordPad the active application Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  48. Switching Applications Using the Taskbar Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  49. Showing the Desktop Using the Show Desktop Button • Click the Show desktop button on the Quick Launch toolbar to show the Desktop Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques

  50. Closing Open Windows • Click the Document - WordPad button on the taskbar to display the WordPad window. Click the Close button on the title bar of the WordPad window to close the WordPad window • Click the MSN.com - Windows Internet Explorer button on the taskbar to display the Internet Explorer application. Click the Close button on the title bar of the Internet Explorer window to close the Internet Explorer window • Display the Welcome Center and click the Close button on the title bar of the Welcome Center window to close the Welcome Center window Microsoft Windows Vista: Concepts and Techniques