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VTC Microsoft Windows XP Fundamentals



Microsoft Windows XP Fundamentals Training CD
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VTC Microsoft Windows XP Fundamentals
Windows XP, the latest operating system from Microsoft,
combines the compatibilty of Windows 95/98 with the stability
and security of Windows NT. This Vitual Training Company
tutorial covers the fundamentals of Windows XP in way that
can be understood even by those who have never used Windows
before. Whether you are using the home or professional version,
instructor Mark Virtue makes using XP easy. He begins by introducing
you to the menus and their options, and then moves to the use of
programs, files, and folders. He even helps you get started on the
Internet, and shows you some fun things like painting
and playing music and games.
Tutorials covered on this CD:
Introduction
About this Course
What is Windows XP?
Versions of Windows
What's New?
Introduction
The New Look
Logging in and Switching Users
The New Start Menu
The System Taskbar and Tray
Compressed Files
Windows Messenger and Passport
Working with Files and Folders
Creating CDs and Digital Audio Files
Internet and Network Connections
Compatibility Mode
Scanning Images and Documents
File Security and Sharing
Getting Started with Windows XP
The Start Menu
Common Tasks and Menus
Help
Using Programs
Running Programs
WordPad - A Case Study
Opening and Saving Files
Formatting
Cut, Copy & Paste
Printing
Managing Badly-Behaved Programs
Using Files and Folders
Introduction to Windows Explorer
File Structure
Copying and Moving Files
Renaming Files
Deleting and Recovering Files
Shortcuts
Finding Files
Internet
Connecting to and Surfing the Internet
Email
Newsgroups
Fun
Playing Music and Video
Paint
Games
Basic System Administration
Customising your Desktop
The Control Panel
Creating Users
Audio Adjustment
Adding Printers
Folder Options
Installing and Uninstalling New Software
Customising the Start Menu
The Quick Launch Toolbar
Disk Checking and Defragmentation
Backup

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