Microsoft Windows
Introduction

If you're new to computers, Microsoft Windows is the starting point in your learning. Windows is like a menu system for running your computer. It operates your components like hard drives, scanners and video. You'll learn new terms, how to find things, manage your files, control the setup of your computer, and personalize it for your use.
Orientation to the Computer
* Parts of the Computer
* Basic Terminology
* What is an Operating System?

Getting Started with Windows
* Using the Mouse
* The Windows Desktop
* What is a Window?
* Using Minimize, Maximize, Restore and Close
* Using The Start Menu
* Using the Task Bar and Multi-Tasking

The Control Panel
* Changing the way the computer looks
* Changing the Mouse and other devices

File Management
* Using the "My Documents" Folder
* Using Diskettes and CDs
* Saving, Renaming, Copying, Moving and Deleting Files
* File Organization
* Adding Shortcuts

Internet Basics
* Basic Introduction to "Surfing" the Web
* Basic Email
Cost:$229/person (+ hst) includes workbook, certificate & 2 month hotline
Guarantee:Repeat at no charge up to 2 months later! (minimum class size required)
Duration:1 day(s) 9:00 am - 4:30 pm or 2 evenings 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Prerequisite:No Prerequisite