Lesson 09 - IC3BASICS,Internetand ComputingCoreCertification

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IC 3  BASICS, Internet and  Computing Core Certification Computing Fundamentals Lesson 9 Manipulating Windows
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Manipulating Windows - Lesson 9 2 Objectives Identify parts of the window. Open, move, resize, minimize, maximize,  and restore windows. Work with menus and menu elements. Work with dialog boxes. Manipulate multiple windows.
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Manipulating Windows - Lesson 9 3 What Is a Window? A window is an on-screen area in which you view  program folders, files, and icons. Application program window layouts will vary somewhat  due to the tasks performed by each program, but there  are many common elements in their user interface  windows. There are layout conventions followed by most software  manufacturers to make most interface windows similar  in feel and layout to other programs. This makes it easier to find tools and commands when you  switch between programs.
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Manipulating Windows - Lesson 9 4 Identifying Parts of a Window (Part  I) Title Bar Menu bar Standard  toolbar Address  Bar Status Bar 
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Manipulating Windows - Lesson 9 5 Identifying Parts of a Window (Part  II) Minimize Close Scroll Bars Resize  edge Maximize/Restore
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Manipulating Windows - Lesson 9 6 Manipulating Windows Moving a window Click in the title bar and move to a new location. Resizing a window Drag a horizontal border. Drag a vertical border. Drag from one of the corners. Minimize/Maximize/Restore Clicking the  Minimize  button reduces the window to  an icon on the taskbar. Clicking the  Maximize  button enlarges the window to  fill the entire screen. Clicking the  Restore Down  button returns the window  to its former size.
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7 Working with Menus A menu is a list of options or  choices. The figure to the right shows a  window with six menu options:  File, Edit, View, Favorites, Tools,  and Help Each menu contains a set of  commands associated with  that menu. Click the menu name to see a 
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2012 for the course IMS 101 taught by Professor Novak during the Fall '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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Lesson 09 - IC3BASICS,Internetand ComputingCoreCertification

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