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3. Press the End key to deselect the path in the text box, press the Backspace key as many
times as necessary to delete “Final Tutorial files,” and then type Extracted . The last three
parts of the path in the text box should be “\FM\Tutorial\Extracted.” See Figure 12.
Select a Destination dialog box
ext r acted
files; type or
click the Browse
button to specify
a new location
4. Click the Next button. The Extraction Complete dialog box opens, indicating that your files
have been successfully extracted to the specified folder.
5. Make sure the Show extracted files check box is checked, and then click the Finish but-
ton. The Extracted folder opens, showing the Graphics, Job Hunt, and Playground folders.
6. Open each folder to make sure it contains the files you worked with in this tutorial.
7. Close all open windows.
Shannon says you have successfully completed basic Windows XP file management
tasks, and are ready to use Windows XP to organize your files.
1. What is the term for a collection of data that has a name and is stored on a disk or
other storage medium?
2. Name two types of removable media for storing files.
3. The letter C is typically used for the drive of a computer.
4. What are the two tools that Windows XP provides for exploring the files and folders
on your computer?
5. What is the notation you can use to indicate a file’s location on your computer?
6. True or False: The advantage of moving a file or folder by dragging with the right
mouse button is that you can efficiently complete your work with one action.
7. In a filename, the
To reinforce the tasks you
learned in this tutorial,
go to the SAM 2003
Training Companion CD
included with this text.
identifies the file’s type and indicates the program
in which the file was created.
8. True or False: When you extract a file, the original file is deleted from the com-