|Today’s Technology Tip will help you navigate your way through the various folders and windows on your Microsoft desktop.|
Some common terminology you should be familiar with:
Shortcut to Word: Shortcut to GradeQuick:
A Word Document:
The “My Computer” Icon:
1) Open a folder, any folder.
2) Every window has the following “Bars” at the top:
The Title Bar tells you the name of the folder you are in. In this example the title bar tells you that you are in a network drive called "X:"
Each word on the Menu Bar gives you a drop down menu of options.
The Tool Bar offers you shortcuts for common tasks
The Address Bar tells you which folder you are in and also offers you a way to access other folders. If you click the triangle on the Address Bar you can see a drop down list of other folders and pathways to them:
PRACTICE ACTIVITY: Open up a folder on your computer today and try changing the view. Select a new one that you like.
TO KEEP ON LEARNING: If you'd like to learn some more about the desktop in Microsoft Windows try searching the internet for:
Microsoft Windows History
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