Absolute Beginner's Guide to Windows XP, 2nd edition by Shelley O'Hara

By Shelley O'Hara

Improve to a electronic way of life! Absolute Beginner's consultant to home windows XP, moment variation is not only approximately utilizing home windows, but in addition approximately how you can dwell in a electronic global the place you could proportion photos over the web, obtain tune from web pages, speak with long-distance friends and family at the computing device, and extra. step by step directions will allow you to accomplish key projects and take precautions to guard your desktop from viruses and spy ware. a number of the projects coated comprise: beginning courses figuring out dossier administration fundamentals Getting stressed out for verbal exchange operating with photos enjoying tune and video clips enhancing your computer's functionality Upgrading home windows up to date to incorporate info on provider Pack 2, Absolute Beginner's consultant to home windows XP, moment variation will assist you to paintings with home windows XP to make your existence more straightforward!

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4). 4. From the desktop shortcut menu, you can select arrangements for the icons. Or Select Auto Arrange. Windows XP then moves icons to the upper-left corner, spacing them equally down and then in a second column (to the right of the first column of icons) if needed. Or Select Align to Grid. When this command is checked, Windows XP keeps icons aligned to an underlying grid that spaces the icons automatically. To turn off this feature (if you want to place the icons closer together, for instance), uncheck the command.

3). From this menu, you can do any of the following: Start a program. At the top of the menu, you see the programs you use for the Internet and email. You can click the appropriate program icon to start the program. Beneath the Internet and email programs is a list of several programs that you have recently used. You can click any of these programs to start them. For other programs not listed on this menu, use the All Programs command. See "Starting a Program" later in this chapter. Access commonly used folders.

Learning to use one program helps you master key skills for almost all other programs. For example, most programs include a menu bar that works the same in all programs. This section covers some basic skills for working in programs. 17. Get familiar with the basic program window features. [View full size image] Selecting Commands The top line of the program window is called the title bar and includes the name of the document (or a generic name if the document has not been saved) and the program name.

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