Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Additional Common Features of Office Apps
• Tap or click the USB
ash drive on the
shortcut menu to
copy the folder to
the USB ash drive.
• Scroll as necessary in
the navigation pane
doubletap or double-click
the USB ash drive
location to verify
the folder has been
copied (Figure 68).
folder copied to
USB ash drive
Why does the drive
letter of my USB
ash drive differ?
Windows assigns the next available drive letter to your USB ash drive when you connect it. The next available drive
letter may vary by computer, depending on the number of storage devices that currently are connected.
T O C OPY A F OLDER TO A USB F LASH D RIVE U SING W INDOWS 7
If you are using Windows 7, perform these steps to copy a folder to a USB
ash drive instead of the previous steps that use Windows 8.
1. Insert a USB ash drive in an available USB port on the computer to open
the AutoPlay window.
2. Click the ‘Open folder to view les’ link in the AutoPlay window to open
the Windows Explorer window.
3. Navigate to the Documents library.
4. Right-click the CIS 101 folder to display a shortcut menu.
5. Point to Send to, which causes a submenu to appear.
6. Click the USB ash drive to copy the folder to the USB ash drive.
Break Point: If you wish to take a break, this is a good place to do so. To resume at a later time, continue to follow the
steps from this location forward.
Additional Common Features of office Apps
The previous section used Excel to illustrate common features of office and some
basic elements unique to Excel. The following sections continue to use Excel to present
additional common features of office.
In the following pages, you will learn how to do the following:
1. Run Excel using the Search box.
2. Open a workbook in Excel.
3. Close the workbook.
4. Reopen the workbook just closed.
5. Create a blank Excel workbook from File Explorer and then open the le.
6. Save a workbook with a new le name.
The Charms Bar
When you swipe in from the
right edge of the screen or
point to the upper-right edge
of your screen, Windows
displays the Charms bar with
commands to help you use
and manage the operating
system. The Charms bar
contains ve buttons: Search,
Share, Start, Devices, and