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Unit 1

Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Icon a pictorial element representing a program, file, website, or shortcut
Taskbar a horizontal bar that enables you to move among open windows and provides access to system resources
Desktop contains icons and a taskbar
Start Button provides access to programs and other system resources
Quick Launch Toolbar contains program icons, making it possible to open programs with a single click
Control Panel enables you to change system settings, such as your back ground, screensaver, screen fonts, and accessibility options
Window is an enclosed rectangular area representing a program or data
Dialog Box is a special window that requests input or presents information
File a unit of data to which you give a name
Folder an object that can hold multiple files and subfolders
Windows Explorer enables you to manage files and folders
Application Software – computer software designed to help the user to perform a specific function such as word processing
Operating System a computer program that manages the resources of a computer such as accepting keyboard input from users and displays it to the screen
File Management the process of managing data on your computer
Microsoft Office 2010 a suite of software applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, etc…)
Copy use one item from a document in another area of the document
Details Pane area within Windows Explorer that shows various information about a specific item
Document Pane area within Windows Explorer where you can see all files within a folder
Metadata information related to one or more aspects of data
Move take an item (for example a file or document) and place it in another location on your computer
Navigation Pane list of all areas within your computer
Rename changing the name of a document, file, folder, etc...
Task Pane area within Windows Explorer that holds links to specific tasks you can perform on a document, file, folder, etc
Created by: cdingledine