Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
4. Once you’ve found all the information you can, compare the four methods (Home
page, Index page, Search box, and Support page) of looking for information. Write a
paragraph that discusses which method proved the most useful. Did you reach the
same information topics using all four methods? In a second paragraph, summarize
what you learned about your topic. Finally, in a third paragraph, indicate under what
circumstances you’d use which method.
SAM Assessment and Training
If your instructor has chosen to use the full online version of SAM 2003 Assessment and
Training, you can go beyond the “just-in-time” training provided on the CD that accompa-
nies this text. Simply log in to your SAM account ( http://sam2003.course.com) to launch
any assigned training activities or exams that relate to the skills covered in this tutorial.
The New Perspectives Labs are designed to help you master some of the key concepts
and skills presented in this text. The steps for completing this Lab are located on the
Course Technology Web site. Log on to the Internet and use your Web browser to
go to the Student Online Companion for New Perspectives Office 2003 at
to the assignments for this tutorial.
Quick Check Answers
1. to provide access to common tools and programs currently running
2. text that displays the purpose and function of a window component, such as a button
3. Start menu
5. its button appears on the taskbar
6. to conserve computer resources such as memory
8. list box
1. My Computer
2. The Tasks pane (the left pane) of My Computer lists tasks that change so that they are
appropriate for the new location. When the left pane in Windows Explorer shows the
Folders pane, it shows different ways of locating specific files or folders on your computer.
3. filename, file size, file type, and date modified
5. Search, Favorites, Media, History, and Folders panes
7. online Help or Help and Support Center
8. shut down