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2 Chapter 5- Applications Basics Frida Garcia, Alexandra Garcia, Natalie Garcia

3 Chapter 5- Applications Basics Chapter 5 Overview Lesson 5–1 Types of Application Software Lesson 5–2 Obtaining Application Software Lesson 5–3 Using Application Software Chapter Review and Assessment Chapter 5 Overview Lesson 5–1 Types of Application Software Lesson 5–2 Obtaining Application Software Lesson 5–3 Using Application Software Chapter Review and Assessment

4 Chapter 5 Overview What Is Application Software? Application software is a type of program, such as word-processing or spreadsheet software, that directs a computer to perform one or more tasks. Think about all the things a computer can help you do. You can write letters and reports. You can look up information, record songs, play games, chat with friends, and more. Application software makes it possible for your PC to perform such tasks.

5 Chapter 5 Overview There are many different types of application software (sometimes called applications), each best suited for a certain purpose. Some programs perform specific jobs. Others do many different tasks. Once you become familiar with application software, you can make choices to help your computer work faster and more efficiently.

6 Definitions  application software  a program that allows you to create documents, listen to music, or play games on the computer software de aplicación programa que permite elaborar documentos, escuchar música o divertirse con juegos en la computadora

7 Defenitions personal information manager (PIM) program a program responsible for storing phone numbers and addresses and creating schedules programa administrador de información personal a program responsible for storing phone numbers and addresses and creating schedules

8 Defenitions Integrated software  A program that combines the basic features of several applications into one package. software integrado  programa que combina los elementos básicos de varias aplicaciones en un solo paquete

9 Definitions office suite  a program that combines several programs and all of their features. suite de oficina  programa que combina varios programas y todos sus recursos.

10 Definitions commercial software  copyrighted software that must be purchased before it can be used software comercial  software con derechos de autor protegidos, que se debe comprar para poder usarlo

11 Definitions (5-2 obtaining application software system requirement  the minimum equipment a computer needs to run an application requisitos del sistema  equipo mínimo que una computadora necesita para ejecutar una aplicación

12 Definitions shareware  a copyrighted software that can be sampled before it is purchased shareware  software con protección de derechos de autor que se puede probar antes de comprarlo

13 Definitions freeware copyrighted software given away for free freeware  software protegido por derechos de autor que se distribuye de forma gratuita.

14 Definitions public domain software  a program distributed for free without a copyright software de dominio público  programa que se distribuye de forma gratuita, sin derechos de autor

15 Definitions install  to prepare to run application software by copying all or part of the program onto the computer’s hard drive instalar  preparar la ejecución de un software de aplicación copiando un programa, o parte de él, en el disco duro de la computadora

16 Definitions uninstall  to remove a program from a computer desinstalar quitar un programa de una computadora

17 Definitions software license  the document that contains permission for a buyer to install and use a program licencia de software  documento que contiene la autorización para que un comprador instale y use un programa

18 Definitions(5-3 using application software) launch  to start an application program activar  poner en marcha un programa de aplicación

19 Definitions maximize  to make an application window as large as possible maximizar  aumentar al máximo la ventana de una aplicación

20 Definitions minimize  to make an application window as small as possible minimizar  reducir al máximo la ventana de una aplicación

21 Definitions title bar  the top row of an application window where the program name (and often the name of the document) is shown barra de título  fila superior de una ventana de aplicación, donde se muestra el nombre del programa y, en muchos casos, el nombre del documento

22 Definitions menu bar  the bar generally located below an application’s title bar where a set of commands is listed barra de menús  barra, por lo general situada debajo de la barra de título de una aplicación, donde se presenta una lista de comandos

23 Definitions Help menu  a set of directions for program functions menú de Ayuda  conjunto de instrucciones sobre las funciones de un programa

24 Definitions scroll  to move from one part of a document to another on the screen desplazarse  pasar de una parte de un documento a otra en la pantalla

25 Chapter 5- Application Basics- Workbook Pages Natalie Garcia Frida Garcia Alexandra Garcia

26 Types of Application Software 1. What type of application software do you think would be most difficult to learn? Why? ANSWER: Your opinion for this answer.

27 Types of Application Software 2.What kind of application software might you recommend to a friend who wants to create basic graphics, write reports, and create a budget? Why? ANSWER: Word processors, you can write letters and reports, use can put graphics in a word document.

28 Types of Application Software 3.What questions should buyers answer before choosing application software? ANSWER: The application software choose it on what you want it to do? How much are you willing to spend? How easy are the programs to learn?

29 Activities Advantages Disadvantages contain more than the basic software cost more than stand-alone program also contain actual stand- alone programs with all their features. has more programs

30 Obtaining Application Software 1.Why must computer hardware and software be compatible? ANSWER: your computer has to work with your type of computer, microprocessor speed, operating system, available amount of memory, available hard drive space, and special equipment, such as a modem or CD-ROM drive.

31 Obtaining Application Software 2. Why might public domain software have more errors than commercial software, shareware, or freeware? ANSWER: public domain programs can vary widely, and they may contain more errors than other types of software.

32 Obtaining Application Software 3. How do copyright violations or software piracy affect computer companies and users? ANSWER: buying copyrights software usually permits the buyer to install and use the software on only one computer.

33 Activities Acquiring Software Copyrighte d software pay fee to compa ny Allowed to copyright Follow proces s

34 Using Application Software 1. What is the purpose of the title bar and menu bar? ANSWER: Title bar- shows a programs name and, the name the document your working on. Menu- lists all of the commands.

35 Using Application Software 2. What is one advantage of maximizing a window when using application software? Of minimizing a window? ANSWER: open- finds a document that was previously saved as a disk file and displays it as a window. Can do programs at once.

36 Using Application Software 3. Why do you think that it is important to save a file before you close it? ANSWER: it is important because you might need the file for a different day and you will lose all the work.

37 Activities Command Purpose New creates a file into which you can enter data Close closes an open file

38 Using Application Software  1.personal information manager= C. Software that stores phone numbers and create schedules.

39 Using Application Software 2.integrated software= D. Software that combines several different applications

40 Using Application Software 3.office suite= G. Software that combines several applications.

41 Using Application Software  4. shareware= A. Software that you can try before purchasing.

42  5.freeware= J. copyrighted software that is given away without cost. Using Application Software

43  6.public domain software= B. uncopyrighted software that is given away without cost.

44 Using Application Software  7.uninstall= F. To delete a program from the computer.

45 Using Application Software  8.maximize= I. to make a window as large as possible.

46 Using Application Software  9.minimize= E. To make a window as small as possible.

47 Chapter Review 1. which of the following items is not an example of application software? C. operating systems

48 Chapter Review 2.which of the following types of application software combines the basic features of several application? B. integrated software

49 Chapter Review 3.which of the following types of software must be purchased in advance? A. commercial software

50 Chapter Review 4.which of the following types of software is available on a try- before-you-buy basis? B. shareware

51 Chapter Review 5. which of the following features allows the user to launch an application ? A. help menu

52 Chapter Review 6. Which of the following tools allows the user to move from one part of a window to another? A. scroll arrows

53 Chapter Review 1. Why might a computer user choose to purchase an integrated software program instead of an office suite? ANSWER: An integrated software programs to combine the basic features of several applications into one package, but an office suite is when you want advance programs.

54 Chapter Review 2. What kind of application software might you recommend to a friend who wants to create basic graphics, write reports, and create a budget? Why? ANSWER: Word Processors, word processors are made for writing letters and reports.

55 Chapter Review 3. Why is it important to uninstall a program you no longer use? ANSWER: Parts of the program can remain on the computer and may interface with its operation

56 Chapter Review 4. What is the difference between the New and Open commands in the file menu? ANSWER: A new command creates a file into which you can enter data, a open command finds a document that was previously saved as a disk file and displays it in a window.

57 Chapter Review 5. Why does an application window include tools such as scroll bars, scroll boxes, and scroll arrows? ANSWER: an application window has those tools so you can move in another part of the window.

58 Chapter 5 assessment test By: Frida Garcia,Alexandra Garcia, Natalie Garcia Chapter 5 Application Basic

59 Chapter Assessment Test 1.This type of software is used for creating slide shows. A.word processor B.database C.presentation graphics D.telecommunications

60 Chapter Assessment Test 2.This type of application software specializes in one task. A.integrated software B.stand-alone program C.operating system D.office suite

61 Chapter Assessment Test  3. This type of software combines several complete programs—such as a word processor, a spreadsheet, a database, and others—into one package.  A.office suite  B.integrated software  C.stand-alone program  D.operating system

62 Chapter Assessment Test  4. To work with a software program, your computer must meet the program’s _____.  A.cost  B.system requirements  C.size  D.ease of use

63 Chapter Assessment Test 5.This is copyrighted software that you can use on a try-before-you-buy basis. A.shareware B.freeware C.commercial software D.public domain software

64 Chapter Assessment Test 6.You can freely use, give away, or even alter this type of software. A.shareware B.freeware C.commercial software D.public domain software

65 Chapter Assessment Test 7.Before you can use commercial software, you usually must agree to the terms contained in this document. A.license B.receipt C.registration card D.letter

66 Chapter Assessment Test 8.In Windows, if you click the Start button, you can see a list of these. A.operating system commands B.programs C.files D.folders

67 Chapter Assessment Test 9.The top row of an application window is called the _____. A.menu bar B.title bar C.Start bar D.Help bar

68 Chapter Assessment Test 10.Which command finds a document that was previously saved and displays it? A.New B.Open C.Save D.Close

69 Chapter Assessment Test  11.Any software program can run on any computer, regardless of the computer’s type, components, or operating system. A.True B.False

70 Chapter Assessment Test 12.Companies own the copyrights to the software programs they sell to the public. A.True B.False

71 Chapter Assessment Test 13.Freeware is so called because it is given away for free and never sold. A.True B.False

72 Chapter Assessment Test 14.Because no one owns the copyrights to them, public domain software is the highest quality software available. A.True B.False

73 Chapter Assessment Test 15.When you install a program, you copy it from a disk, a CD, or the Internet to your computer’s hard drive. A.True B.False

74 Chapter Assessment Test 16.Software piracy is legal, because it encourages more people to share and use software products. A.True B.False

75 Chapter Assessment Test 17.Desktop icons can act as shortcuts to the programs installed on your computer. A.True B.False

76 Chapter Assessment Test 18.An application’s title bar contains a list of commands that are available in the program. A.True B.False

77 Chapter Assessment Test 19.A program’s menu bar is located at the bottom of the application’s window. A.True B.False

78 Chapter Assessment Test 20.One way to move from one part of an application window to another is by scrolling. A.True B.False

79 By: Natalie, Alexandra, and Frida Garcia Chapter 5 Applications Basics Chapter 5 assessment Test

80 Critical Questions Application software performs a specific job or task. 21.What does application software do?

81 Critical Questions 22.Why do people use integrated software programs? People use integrated software programs because the applications work in similar ways.

82 Critical Questions The companies benefit from owning the copyrights to the software programs they sell because it prevents you from legally copying I to sell it to others, giving it away, or sharing it 23. How do companies benefit from owning the copyrights to the software programs they sell?

83 Critical Questions 24. If you no longer need a program that is installed on your computer, what can you do You can delete a program from the computer, you must run a special removal program to properly remove, or uninstall, it.

84 Critical Question  25. How do you use the scroll boxes and scroll bars to move around in an application window?  You can move from one place to another by either dragging these scroll boxes or clicking the scroll arrows at end of the scroll bars.

85 Thank You For Watching Our Presentation!!! Made By: Frida Garcia Alexandra Garcia Natalie Garcia Period : 8 th Technology


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