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    1 : Basic Computer Skills Windows & the Internet
    2 : Introduction to Windows Objectives: Identify and use computer hardware Open and close a desired program Switch back and forth between open windows Create and save a Word document on a floppy disc.
    3 : Introduction to Windows What is a computer? A tool for accessing information. A PC is a personal computer – a one person or single user computer. A computer does not think on its own. You have to tell it what to do. Basic computer parts: Computer case Monitor Keyboard Mouse
    4 : Introduction to Windows Activity & Review Questions
    5 : Introduction to Windows The Desktop The desktop is the first thing you see when you log in- it is the “launch pad” Icons, or pictures, represent programs that are available on the computer. Notice the gray task bar at the bottom of the screen.
    6 : Introduction to Windows Activity Locate the following items on your desktop: Taskbar Program icon Mouse pointer Start button
    7 : Introduction to Windows Activity Starting a Program: You start, or open, a program by double-clicking its icon on the desktop The program is visible as a window on the computer screen A button representing the program appears on the taskbar
    8 : Introduction to Windows Activity & Review Questions
    9 : Introduction to Windows Working With Windows A windows represents an open program or folder. You can have more than one window open at a time. The window you are working in is called the active window. The active window will be on top of any other open windows.
    10 : Introduction to Windows Common Elements Common elements help make computers easier to use. Picture icons are used to represent actions. Most programs have things in common: Save Copy Paste Common elements look the same from program to program.
    11 : Introduction to Windows Activity Some Common Elements to Locate: Title bar Minimize and Close buttons Scroll bar Insertion point Menu bar Microsoft Word button on the task bar
    12 : Introduction to Windows The MS Office Menu Bar & Tool Bars All menu bars have these options: File Edit View Insert Tools Window Help
    13 : Introduction to Windows Activity & Review Questions
    14 : Introduction to Windows Working with Files Create and save a document Opening files Create a folder
    15 : If you remember nothing else… You can't harm a computer by experimenting or trying something new, so if you think you remember how to do something, try it. The worst that can happen is that you learn something new.
    16 : Introduction to the Internet Objectives: Describe the function and components of the Internet. Use the Internet Explorer browser. Access Web pages Use Internet Explorer Help. Print a Web page.
    17 : Introduction to the Internet What is the Internet? A worldwide network of computers Current information on almost any topic Communicate worldwide
    18 : Introduction to the Internet Activity & Review Questions
    19 : Introduction to the Internet Internet Explorer (IE) A Web browser used to navigate through pages on the Internet Web pages are accessed by hyperlinks or typed addresses A group of Web pages owned by one organization is a Web site The main page in a Web site is the home page
    20 : Introduction to the Internet Navigating Internet Explorer The six main areas of IE are: Title bar Menu bar Toolbar Address bar Information bar Status bar
    21 : Introduction to the Internet Navigating Internet Explorer The Toolbar buttons help you navigate: Back Forward Home Refresh Stop Search Favorites
    22 : Introduction to the Internet Activity & Review Questions
    23 : Introduction to the Internet Internet Explorer Favorites Favorites are shortcuts to pre-selected Web sites. Access Favorites through the toolbar button Place a Web site in the Favorites folder
    24 : Introduction to the Internet Internet Explorer Help Provides information, support, and tips for using IE Access Help through the menu bar Helpful topics include: Getting Started Taking the Tour Printing Information Saving Information
    25 : Introduction to the Internet Activity & Review Questions
    26 : If you remember nothing else… Internet Explorer is a Web browser that is used to access, view, and navigate text and images on the World Wide Web.
    27 : Additional Information Harness E-Mail: E-Mail Etiquette Computer Workstations: Good Working Positions
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