Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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WIN 68
Windows XP Chapter 1 Introduction to Microsoft Windows XP
In the Lab continued
5. Click the Next button to display the next topic. Scroll the Windows XP Basics window and read
the paragraphs below the Taskbar heading. Answer the following question.
a. Where is the notifi cation area located?
6. Click the Next button to display the next topic. Scroll the Windows XP Basics window and read
the paragraph below the Start Menu heading. Answer the following question.
a. What does a right-facing arrow mean?
7. Click the Next button to display the next topic. Scroll the Windows XP Basics window and read
the paragraph below the Files and Folder heading. Answer the following question.
a. In which folders are text, image, and music fi les placed?
8. Click the Next button to display the next topic. Scroll the Windows XP Basics window and read
the paragraphs below the Windows heading. Answer the following question.
a. What appears if a program needs some information from you before it can complete a
command?
9. Click the Next button to display the next topic. Scroll the Windows XP Basics window and read
the paragraphs below the Control Panel heading. Answer the following questions.
a. What Windows feature do you use to customize computer settings?
b. Where is this feature located?
10. Click the Next button to display the next topic. Scroll the Windows XP Basics window and read
the paragraphs below the Ending Your Session heading. Answer the following question.
a. What do you do when you want to interrupt your Windows session and let someone else use
the computer?
11. Click the Next button repeatedly to display the topics in the remaining four sections of the
Windows XP tour.
12. Click the Close button in the window to end the tour.
13. Click the Close button in the Help and Support Center window.
In the Lab
Lab 2: Windows Explorer
Instructions: Use a computer to perform the following tasks.
1. Start Microsoft Windows XP.
2. Right-click the Start button on the taskbar, click Explore on the shortcut menu, and then maximize
the Start Menu window.
3. If necessary, scroll to the left in the Folders pane so the Start Menu and Programs icons are visible.
4. Click the Programs icon in the Start Menu folder.
 
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