Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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WIN 70
Windows XP Chapter 1 Introduction to Microsoft Windows XP
In the Lab continued
6. Click the list box in the Desktop sheet. A pop-up window is displayed explaining the list box. Read
the information in the pop-up window and then summarize the function of the list box.
7. Click an open area of the Desktop sheet to remove the pop-up window.
8. Click the Help button on the title bar and then click the Customize Desktop button. A pop-up
window is displayed explaining what happens when you click this button. Read the information in
the pop-up window and then summarize the function of the button.
9. Click an open area in the Desktop sheet to remove the pop-up window.
10. Click the Help button on the title bar and then click the monitor icon in the Desktop sheet. A
pop-up window is displayed explaining the function of the monitor. Read the information in the
pop-up window and then summarize the function of the monitor.
11. Click an open area in the Desktop sheet to remove the pop-up window.
12. Click the Help button on the title bar and then click the Cancel button. A pop-up window is
displayed explaining what happens when you click the button. Read the information in the pop-up
window and then summarize the function of the Cancel button.
13. Click an open area in the Desktop sheet to remove the pop-up window.
14. Click the Cancel button in the Display Properties dialog box.
Part 2: Finding What’s New in Windows XP
1. Click the Start button and then click Help and Support on the Start menu.
2. If necessary, click the Maximize button on the Help and Support Center title bar.
3. Click What’s new in Windows XP in the Navigation Pane.
4. Click What’s new in the Navigation Pane. Twelve topics are displayed in the topic pane.
5. Click ‘What’s new on your desktop’ in the topic pane.
6. Click Start menu (or the plus sign in the small box preceding Start menu) to expand the entry.
Read the information about the Start menu.
7. Click the Using the Start menu link.
8. Click the Print button on the Help and Support toolbar to print the topic. Click the Print button
in the Print dialog box.
9. If necessary, scroll the topic pane to display the Related Topics link. Click the Related Topics link
to display a pop-up window containing three related topics. List the three topics.
10. Click ‘Display a program at the top of the Start menu’ in the pop-up window.
11. Click the Print button on the Help and Support toolbar to print the topic. Click the Print button
in the Print dialog box.
Part 3: Viewing Windows XP Articles
1. Click Windows XP articles: Walk through ways to use your PC in the What’s new in Windows XP
area in the Navigation Pane. A list of overviews, articles, and tutorials are displayed in the topic pane.
 
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