Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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ProSkills Exercise: Problem Solving
3. Hold down the Alt key and press the Print Screen key. (The Print Screen key might
be labeled PrtScn or something similar on your keyboard.) Pressing this key
combination captures an image of the active window. To capture an image of everything
shown on the screen, press the Print Screen key without holding down the Alt key.
4. Restore the Paint program window, and then press the Ctrl+V keys to paste the
image in the Paint program window.
5. Click the Save button on the Quick Access Toolbar to open the Save As dialog
box. By default, Paint saves images in the My Pictures folder in the Pictures
library. Use the Navigation pane to navigate to a different folder, if necessary. Type
a fi lename, and then press the Save button to save the screen image.
6. To print the screen images, click the Paint menu button, and then click Print to
open the Print dialog box. Select your printer and other settings, and then click
the Print button.
7. To open a new window for the next screen image, click the Paint menu button,
and then click New.
Now you can explore Windows 7 on your computer and preserve screen images,
which will help you solve computer problems:
1. Start Windows 7 and log on, if necessary.
2. Save and print images of your current desktop, the Start menu, the Computer
window showing the drives on your computer, and your Documents library.
3. Open a folder in the Documents library that you are likely to use often. Make sure
the Navigation pane shows the location of this folder on your computer. Capture
and save an image of this window.
4. To learn more about the programs that are included with Windows 7 and how
they can help you solve problems, start at least two accessory programs that are
new to you. Open a menu in each program, and then capture and save the image
of each program window.
5. Using the Ribbon, toolbar, or menu bar in the new programs, fi nd a dialog box in
each program that you are likely to use. Capture and save images of the dialog boxes.
6. Explore both programs to determine how they might help you solve problems
related to using your computer, completing your school work, or performing on
the job.
7. Use Windows Help and Support to fi nd information about a feature in one
program that can help you solve problems. Choose an appropriate topic. Print an
image of the Windows Help and Support window displaying information about
this topic.
8. Close all open windows, and then shut down or log off Windows.
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