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® Microsoft Office 2010 Exploring the Basics of Microsoft Windows 7
XP Session 1 Visual Overview
XP Touring the Windows 7 Desktop ScreenTips – Use the mouse to point to the Start button Start menu – Point to the Start button and then click the left mouse button
XP Touring the Windows 7 Desktop Double-click the Recycle Bin icon to view the contents of the Recycle Bin
XP Touring the Windows 7 Desktop Right-clicking an object opens its shortcut menu
XP Exploring the Start Menu
XP Exploring Your Computer
XP Exploring Your Computer Windows 7 provides at least eight ways to view the contents of a folder – Click the Change your view button arrow
XP Navigating with Windows Explorer Click the Windows Explorer button on the taskbar
XP Getting Help
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