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Unformatted text preview: CSC 155 Computer Concepts and Applications Fall 2011 All projects, except project 4, may be submitted via email attachment (which will be discussed in assignment 2 and is mandatory for project 8) with the subject of CSC 155 – section number – project number. You should make backup copies of all work submitted! Also if you are using school computer s, you may not be able to change the document properties and will not have points deducted for it. Beginning with Assignment 4 you must have files provided by the publisher to complete assignment activities. You will work with accessing and downloading some of these files in Assignment 4. It would be wise to download the files for an application to your USB drive when beginning each application. These files can be accessed three ways: 1) Using computers on campus, go to the K:/Classdata/CSCCourses/CSC155/Student Data Files and choose the appropriate application folder. 2) Typing ftp://22.214.171.124/CSCCourses/CSC155/ in the address box of your internet browser when off campus. The listing appears in a text format but to view this FTP site in Windows Explorer, click Page , and then click Open FTP Site in Windows Explorer . 3) Go to the publisher’s web site by searching for O’Leary Package Office 2010, going to the Office 2010 information center, selecting student edition, and then the appropriate application from the drop down list. Select Student Data Files. Right click on the link, choose Save Target As, and select the location to download the files. You will get a zipped file that can be decompressed by selecting the folder and clicking on extract all files. Assignment 1 Internet Explorer Lab 1 Open Internet Explorer and in the location/address box type google.com. Do the following exercises after you have opened Google. This page is available at http://teach.jsr.vccs.edu/library/googletips.htm Advanced Google Search Tips You can increase the accuracy of your searches by adding operators that fine-tune your keywords. Most of the options listed on this page can be entered directly into the Google search box or selected from Google's Advanced Search page . • Enclose phrases in quotation marks if you want the words to appear together in all results exactly as you have entered them. Quotation marks also make sure common words or single digits or letters will be included in your search. For example, to search for Star Wars, Episode I, use: • Try the obvious keyword(s) first. If you're looking for information on Picasso, enter "Picasso" rather than "painters." • Exclude a word from your search by putting a minus sign ("-") in front of it. For example, to find web pages about bass that do not contain the word "music," type: • Use an upper case "OR" to retrieve pages that include either word A or word B....
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This note was uploaded on 12/02/2011 for the course CSC 100 taught by Professor Morgan during the Spring '11 term at Jackson State.
- Spring '11