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Case Problem
8. Open the Recycle Bin folder by double-clicking the Recycle Bin icon on the desktop.
Do the Paris and Vegetables files appear in the Recycle Bin folder? Explain why or
why not.
9. Copy the Painting Class folder to the Cases folder. The name of the duplicate folder
appears as “Copy of Painting Class.” Rename the “Copy of Painting Class” folder as
10. Create a new folder in the Cases folder named “JSFAC.” Move the Invoices, Painting
Class, and Graphics folders to the JSFAC folder.
Case Problem 2
There are no Data Files needed for this Case Problem.
First Call Outreach Victor Crillo is the director of a social service organization named
First Call Outreach in Toledo, Ohio. Its mission is to connect people who need help from
local and state agencies to the appropriate service. Victor has a dedicated staff, but they
are all relatively new to Windows XP. In particular, they have trouble finding files that they
have saved on their hard disks. He asks you to demonstrate how to find files in Windows XP.
Complete the following:
Extend what you’ve
learned to discover
other methods of man-
aging files for a social
service organization.
1. Windows XP Help and Support includes topics that explain how to search for files on
a disk without looking through all the folders. Click the Start button and then click
Help and Support to start Windows Help and Support. Use one of the following
methods to locate topics on searching for files.
• On the Home page, click the Windows Basics link. On the Windows Basics page,
click the Finding and organizing files link, and then click the Searching for files or
folders topic. In the article, click the Related Topics link, and then click Search for
a file or folder.
• On the Index page, type “files” (no quotation marks) in the Type in the keyword to
find text box. In the list of entries for “files,” double-click “searching for.” In the
Topics found dialog box, double-click “Searching for files or folders.”
• In the Search box, type “searching for files,” and then click Search. Click the
Searching for files or folders link.
2. Read the topic and click the Related Topics link at the end of the topic, if necessary,
to provide the following information:
a. To display the Search dialog box, you must click the
point to
from the menu, and finally click
the submenu.
b. Do you need to type in the entire filename to find the file?
c. Name three file characteristics you can use as search options.
3. Use the Index page in Windows XP Help and Support to locate topics related to man-
aging files and folders. Write out two procedures for managing files and folders that
were not covered in the tutorial.
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