Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
In the Lab
WIN 69
5. Double-click the Internet Explorer shortcut icon in the Contents pane to start the Internet Explorer
application. What is the URL of the Web page that appears in the Address bar in the Windows
Internet Explorer window?
6. Click the URL in the Address Path text box in the Internet Explorer window to select it. Type
scsite.com and then press the ENTER key.
7. If necessary, scroll the Web page to display the Browse by Subject navigation pane containing the
subject categories. Clicking a subject category displays the book titles in that category.
8. Click Operating Systems in the Browse by Subject navigation pane.
9. Click the Microsoft Windows XP link.
10. Right-click the fi rst Microsoft Windows XP textbook cover image on the Web page, click Save
Picture As on the shortcut menu, type Windows XP Cover in the File name box, and then click the
Save button in the Save Picture dialog box to save the image in the My Pictures folder.
11. Click the Close button in the Windows Internet Explorer window.
12. If necessary, scroll to the top of the Folders pane to make the drive icon visible.
13. Click the minus sign in the box to the left of the drive icon.
14. Click the My Documents folder name in the Folders pane.
15. Click the My Pictures folder name in the Folders pane.
16. Right-click the Windows XP Cover icon and then click Properties on the shortcut menu.
a. What type of fi le is the Windows XP Cover fi le?
b. When was the fi le last modifi ed?
c. With what application does this fi le open?
17. Click the Cancel button in the Windows XP Cover Properties dialog box.
18. Insert a USB fl ash drive into your computer.
19. Right-drag the Windows XP Cover icon to the USB fl ash drive icon in the Folders pane. Click
Move Here on the shortcut menu. Click the USB fl ash drive icon in the Folders pane.
a. Is the Windows XP Cover fi le stored on drive?
20. Click the Close button in the USB fl ash drive window.
In the Lab
Lab 3: Using the Help and Support Center
Instructions:
Use Windows Help and Support to perform the following tasks.
Part 1: Using the Question Mark Button
1. If necessary, start Microsoft Windows XP and then log on to the computer.
2. Right-click an open area of the desktop to display a shortcut menu.
3. Click Properties on the shortcut menu to display the Display Properties dialog box.
4. Click the Desktop tab in the Display Properties dialog box.
5. Click the Help button on the title bar. The mouse pointer changes to a block arrow with a
question mark.
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