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Windows 98 Microsoft Office 2000 Marquee Series
©2001 Paradigm Publishing Inc.Windows 98 - 2 Desktop Components Quick Launch Toolbar Start Button Icon Taskbar
©2001 Paradigm Publishing Inc.Windows 98 - 3 Windows A window can display an application (program), documents, or the contents of a disk drive or network. All windows have the same components
©2001 Paradigm Publishing Inc.Windows 98 - 4 Menus Commands or functions in Windows 98 and applications are accessed through menus or toolbars. Menus are organized into groups of related commands.
©2001 Paradigm Publishing Inc.Windows 98 - 5 Dialog Boxes Dialog Boxes appear when additional information is required for a function. Some common elements in dialog boxes are: tabs command buttons option buttons Tab Command Button Option Button
©2001 Paradigm Publishing Inc.Windows 98 - 6 Windows Explorer Use Windows Explorer to perform file management tasks such as: create folders copy files move files delete files rename files
©2001 Paradigm Publishing Inc.Windows 98 - 7 Recycle Bin Deleted files are initially placed in the Recycle Bin. A file that has been accidentally deleted can be restored. Periodically, the Recycle Bin should be emptied. Files deleted from a Floppy Disk are NOT placed in the Recycle Bin.
©2001 Paradigm Publishing Inc.Windows 98 - 8 Find Files Open the Find: All Files dialog box to quickly locate a file. Files can be opened, copied, moved, deleted, or renamed in the Find results window.
©2001 Paradigm Publishing Inc.Windows 98 - 9 Customizing the Desktop Open the Display Properties dialog box to customize the desktop by changing features such as: Background Wallpaper Screen Saver
©2001 Paradigm Publishing Inc.Windows 98 - 10 Paint Accessory Open the Paint accessory to create and modify images such as a logo or simple drawing. Drawing Area Toolbox
©2001 Paradigm Publishing Inc.Windows 98 - 11 WordPad Accessory The WordPad Accessory is a word processing program that offers some of the features of Microsoft Word. Document Area Formatting toolbar Standard Toolbar
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