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pls review - Hey All Yep so that dreaded PLS 21 final is...

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Hey All,          Yep so that dreaded PLS 21 final is around the corner (the one you have been sweating about for weeks). Just kidding, but a little information about the test. There will be 15-20 multiple choice questions directly from lecture. There is no study guide for these, but it will cover  material after your first midterm. For the most part, these questions should be fairly easy and basic. The final is wed., in lab, at the usual time. The Final Hints below may look intimidating but this is exactly like the one we went over in class, and I covered the majority of it. Remember, it is like a big quiz. I would review everything here, even the things you think you know (just go over those once). If you need to work with the material from our amrcopys you may either have them on your flashdrive or I  just recommend going into lab and downloading them from those computers as previously shown (all hutch lab computers still have all amrcopys). No scantron or blue book required. Good luck!                             -Steve WEEK 1 -be able to identify and define all desktop and window components (title bar, task bar, menu bar, etc.) -know the difference between a cold boot and a warm boot and know how to perform each of them -know what a file extension is -know what happens to files when transferring between two distinct drives versus when transferring files within the same drive -know what keys to press in order to multi-task In Geckomail:
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