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Back up Your Files Fields in a Word Processor File Types Headers and Footers Maintenance—98 only Manipulating Windows Computer Memory or RAM NoteTab—Text and HTML Editor Penny Wise (2002) Protective Programs Using Publisher 3 Restore—Windows 98 Setting up Your Screen Saver Word Processors
Backing up Your Work |
File Types |
Headers and Footers
Hidden Extras | Memory | Moving and Sizing Windows | NoteTab
Paths to Files and Folders | Printing from the Web | Screensaver
Screen settings in XP | Screen Shots | SendTo Menu | Shortcuts | Start Button Start Button (part 2) | Start Button (part 3) | The Taskbar
Viewing Web Pages Clearly | Volume Control | Word Processors
Backing up Your Work I prefer to back up in my own way, so that I can find and restore things easily. If you want to use the built-in back up in Windows, click the Start button, click Help and Support, type back up into the search box and click the arrow.
Fields Using fields in a word processor to insert file name, title of story, number of pages or number of words.
File Types A brief explanation of the significance of the three letters after the dot in a file name.
Headers and Footers The importance of using headers and footers correctly.
Hidden Extras Word processed documents include invisible information about your computer and may also include words and passages you've deleted.
Memory What is computer “memory”? How do you make the most of it?
Moving and Sizing Windows You don't have to accept the size at which program or folder windows open. You can change their size and shape and you can move them around your screen. This page is obviously old, but the directions still apply.
NoteTab A text editor with heaps of features. Ideal for anyone writing stationery or web pages.
Paths to Files and Folders A "path" tells the computer exactly where to find a particular file, folder, or program. This explains how it works.
Printing from the Web This deals with some problems in printing particular pages.
Screen settings in XP Make your XP desktop and windows look the way you prefer.
Screen Shots Make a permanent record of an error message, or send a picture of a troublesome window to a person who's helping you.
SendTo Menu Change it to your liking. Explains how to remove unwanted items to a safe place and how to add items that you need to have on the menu.
Shortcuts Some programs automatically put shortcuts on your desktop, and there are dozens in the Start menu, but you can also make and manage your own shortcuts and have instant access to your favourite programs.
Start Button Shut down, Log off, Run, Help.
Start Button (part 2) Search/Find. When you know that you wrote about a certain topic, but you can't remember what you named the document, and you just can't find it anywhere, take a few simple steps and Windows will find it before you finish a single game of Freecell.
Start Button (part 3) Control Panel. Accessibility Options, Add New Hardware, Add/Remove Programs, Windows Setup, Automatic Updates, Display, Folder Options, Fonts, Keyboard and Mouse, Security Centre, Sounds and Volume Control, Performance and Computer Information.
The Taskbar Discussing the different parts of the Windows taskbar and how to use them.
Viewing Web Pages Clearly Directions for altering the size of text when you are looking at web pages.
Volume Control If you've lost the yellow speaker icon from the sys tray, these directions should help you to get it back.
Word Processors Learn to use your word processor properly and save yourself a lot of time and trouble.
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