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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780130284761
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 9/5/2000
  • Edition description: SPIRAL
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 10.82 (h) x 0.59 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Getting Started.
Using the Mouse. Becoming Familiar with Windows 2000 Professional. The Desktop. Icons. Taskbar. Shortcut Menus. Windows. Title Bar. Menu Bar. Dialog Boxes. Toolbars. Scroll Bars. Status Bar. Moving and Sizing a Window. Switching Between Open Windows. Arranging Windows. Using Windows 2000 Help. Shutting Down Windows 2000. Review. Summary. Key Terms. Test Your Skills. Projects.

2. Using Programs.
Starting a Program. Using the Calculator. Using WordPad. Using Copy, and Paste. Saving and Printing a Document. Organizing Files. Naming Files. Printing Files. Using the Print Screen Key. Exiting from Programs. Opening a File. Closing Programs That Aren't Working Properly. Review. Summary. Key Terms. Test Your Skills. Projects.

3. Working with Disks.
Viewing the Contents of Disks. Changing the Display of Disk Contents. Sorting the Disk Contents. Formatting a Disk. What Formatting Does. Formatting a Disk. Copying a Floppy Disk. Creating and Customizing a Folder. Review. Summary. Key Terms. Test Your Skills. Projects.
Check Point for Units 1-3.

4. Working with Files.
Selecting Files. Copying and Moving Files. Drag with the Right Button. Use the Move To and Copy To Buttons. Use the Send To Option. Renaming Files. Deleting and Restoring Files. Using the Recycle Bin. Finding Files. Viewing and Setting File Properties. Review. Summary. Key Terms. Test Your Skills. Projects.

5. Working with the Computer's Hard Disk.
Viewing Disk Space. Checking for DiskErrors. Installing and Removing Programs. Using the System Information Utility. Using the System File Checker. Using the Disk Defragmenter. Using Disk Cleanup. Using the Maintenance Wizard. Review. Summary. Key Terms. Test Your Skills. Projects.
Check Point for Units 4-5.

6. Making Windows Work for You.
Customizing the Taskbar. Creating Shortcuts. Customizing the Start Menu. Customizing the Mouse. The Standard Two-Button Mouse. The Microsoft IntelliMouse. Customizing the Keyboard. Adjusting the System Clock. Using Security Features. Review. Summary. Key Terms. Test Your Skills. Projects.

7. Changing the Way Windows Looks and Sounds.
Changing the Desktop Background. Changing Color Settings. Changing the Appearance of the Desktop. Creating a Screen Saver. Assigning Sounds to Program Events. Making Windows 2000 More Accessible. Review. Summary. Key Terms. Test Your Skills. Projects.

8. Using Internet Explorer and the Active Desktop.
Getting Connected. Using Internet Explorer. The Internet Explorer Window. Browsing the Web. Entering a Web Address. Using the Search Tools. Using the Active Desktop. Adding an Active Desktop Item. Updating the Active Desktop. Review. Summary. Key Terms. Test Your Skills. Projects.
Check Point for Units 6-8.

Appendix A.
Appendix B.
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