Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
• Click Folder on the New submenu
to display the selected new Folder
• Type Freshman in the folder icon
highlighted area to name the
• Press the ENTER key to create the
Freshman folder in the UDISK 2.0 (E:)
drive (Figure 1–53).
is created on
UDISK 2.0 (E:) drive
plus sign in
box next to
folder added to
1. On File menu point to
New, click Folder, type
ﬁ le name, press ENTER
2. Press ALT + F , press W ,
press F , type ﬁ le
name, press ENTER
3. Click Folders button,
click Make a new folder
in File and Folder Tasks
area, type ﬁ le name,
Downloading a Hierarchy of Folders into the
After creating the Freshman folder on the UDISK 2.0 (E:) drive, the remaining folders in
the hierarchical structure (see Figure 1–47), starting with the 1st Semester folder, should
be downloaded to the Freshman folder. Downloading is the process of a computer receiving
information, such as a set of ﬁ les or folders from a Web site or from a server on the Internet.
To make the task of creating the folders easier, the folders have been created and stored in
a hierarchical structure on the SC Site - Shelly Cashman Series Student Resources Web site.
While downloading the structure, a program called WinZip is used. WinZip
compresses, or zips , larger ﬁ les into a single smaller ﬁ le, allowing the folders to be
downloaded more easily and quickly.
To Download a Hierarchy of Folders into the Freshman Folder
The following steps download the folders in the hierarchical structure into the
Start Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button on the taskbar and then clicking
Internet on the Start menu.
Click the Address box on the Address bar, type scsite.com , and then click the Go button.
When the SC Site - Shelly Cashman Series Student Resources Web site is displayed,
locate the Browse by Subject navigation bar, click Ofﬁ ce Suites, and then click Microsoft
Ofﬁ ce 2007.
In the center of the screen, locate your textbook and click the title (for example, Microsoft
Ofﬁ ce 2007: Introductory Concepts and Techniques, Windows XP Edition).