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WORKING W WINDOW

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What is Desk Top Organizer? It organizes the work environment based on: Icons, Menus, and Dialog boxes
The Desk Top Organizer also referred to as? Graphic User Interface (GUI)
How many version does Window has? It has many versions: Window 95, 98, 2003, XP, and Vista
How many functions does Window has? It has 3 functions: managing files, Runs applications, and maintain the system
To determine your version of Window? Go to MY COMPUTER, click on Help file and select "About Window"
What does the "START" button contains? It contains: open files, changes settings, find files and folders, shut down, and put the computer to sleep
what does the "OFFICE" button contains? It contains: saving, printing, and retrieving options
Task bar The bar on the bottom of the screen which displays which applications are running (open). It also can docked at any corner.
Taskbar tray The right side of the taskbar which displays utility icons and the clock. You can point to the arrow to open the taskbar, and point to the icons and the name will appear
Quick launch toolbar Icons on the left side of the taskbar which will quickly launch the program when selected
Custom Quick Launch toolbar Located by the office button for commonly used functions which like: Save, Undo, Redo, Print review, and etc.
Short cuts Icons which allow the user to quickly open a program
My Computer Displays the contents of your computer system which allows user to format disk, copy files or folders, and display used memory
Internet Explorer Opens the Internet
Recycle Bin Electronic trash bin for unwanted files or folders. It keeps the files until it is permanently emptied
My Documents A short-cut to the My Document folder to access saved files and folders. When a document is selected, both the program and the document is opened
Hour Glass When a program or file is opening, the hour glass appears indicating the computer is retrieving that file or opening a program
Title Bar The bar at the top of the screen which displays application and file name. Title Bar can be "grabbed" to drag a window around the desktop
Menu file (ribbon)/tab A list of features or options
Minimize button It lets you reduces the size of the window
Maximize button It lets increases the size of the window
Close button It lets you shuts down the application
Restore It lets you restores the window to original size
Grayed-out command: The option is not available. Usually requires highlighting data to be activated
Arrow It indicates a submenue exits (list box). Point or click on the arrow to open the menu
Checkmark It indicates that a function is active
Ellipse (....) It opens a dialog box
Text box Click in the text box to type
Underlined letters The letter needed with a function key to perform a keyboard command
Command button A button use to select a function
Function key A keyboard that is used in conjunction with another key to perform a command which like: Control, Alt, Delete, Home, Shift, and F1 to F12
Right Click It opens commonly used functions which the user can select to use
Left Click Allows user to select a function or place the cursor in a field, cell or line,
Maintains the system The program contains utility programs that check for errors and improves performance : File recovery , Fatal errors, Performance enhancing dialog box
Menu file (ribbon)/tab list of features or options
Managing files Displays lists of files and folders, saves files and folders on a variety of media, moves files and folders, copies files and folders, delete files and folders
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