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Computing Fundamentals Lesson 14 Using Shortcuts and Windows  Explorer IC 3  BASICS, Internet and  Computing Core Certification
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Using Shortcuts and Windows Explorer - Lesson 14 2 Objectives Explain what a shortcut is and how it is  used. Create a shortcut using drag and drop  and using the File menu. Assign a shortcut key to a shortcut. Delete a shortcut. Add a program to the Quick Launch bar. Define uses for Windows Explorer.
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Using Shortcuts and Windows Explorer - Lesson 14 3 Objectives (continued) Start Windows Explorer. Identify the parts of the Explorer window. Identify the icons in the Explorer display  window. Use Explorer to view the contents of a  drive or folder. Expand and collapse the folder list. Select Explorer toolbar options .
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Using Shortcuts and Windows Explorer - Lesson 14 4 What Is a Shortcut? A shortcut functions as a pointer to an  application or a document file, wherever  the file is located. Double-clicking a shortcut opens the  actual item to which the shortcut is  pointing. Shortcuts are represented by an item on  your desktop.
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Using Shortcuts and Windows Explorer - Lesson 14 5 Creating Shortcuts Creating a Shortcut Using Drag and Drop Drag and drop an item to the desktop with the right mouse  button. Click  Create Shortcuts Here  from the shortcut menu. Creating a Shortcut Using the File Menu Select the item for which you want to create a shortcut in My  Computer, then select  Create Shortcut  from the File menu. Drag the shortcut item from the My Computer window to the  desktop.
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Using Shortcuts and Windows Explorer - Lesson 14 6 Creating Shortcut Examples The figure below and to the left shows the shortcut menu that appears when  you use drag and drop to create a shortcut on the desktop. The figure below  and to the right shows where the shortcut will be created when you use the  File  menu  in  My  Computer.  The  created  icon  can  then  be  dragged  to  the  desktop.
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Using Shortcuts and Windows Explorer - Lesson 14 7 Assigning a Shortcut Key to a Shortcut A shortcut key is a keystroke combination that runs a  program or opens the dialog box to which it is linked. You can assign a shortcut key using the Properties 
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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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