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Tables and File Management File Management Good practices o Name files appropriately o Use a clear filing system (create a hierarchy) o Don’t save everything to your Desktop or to Documents (even though this might be the default) Transferring files o To copy a file, right-click and select Copy (or press Ctrl + c) o To cut a file, right-click and select Cut (or press Ctrl + x) o To paste a file, right-click and select Paste (or press Ctrl + v) o You can also click and drag a file to a new location If you press and hold Ctrl while you drag a file, you will create a copy of the file Creating folders o Right-click and choose New Folder (enter a name for the folder) o To rename a folder, select the folder, right-click and choose Rename Alternately, select the folder and press F2 Navigating Windows Explorer o Back and Forward buttons o Address Bar shows the File Path (you can select a different folder by clicking within the File Path) o Search Bar (top right corner) o Folder Index (left side) Accessing a storage device o Click on the Windows Start icon (bottom left corner of the screen) o Select Computer o Select the storage device
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Tables Terminology o Record – a row that includes information for the provided categories (fields) o Field – a column that represents a category of information
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