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Assignment file and disk management due next class
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An instructor will be available in the computer lab, lower level of library, to help if needed. Check instructors' schedules on their web page for times.
NNote: These terms pretty much follow the text. You can also check this Glossary  or use Google for help with definitions.  You will be expected to be able to define the terms with an asterisk in your own words in a quiz at the next class.

From Basic Windows II XP
File Management (Right Mouse Click)
    *Send To 
    Cut
    Copy
    *Create a shortcut
    Delete
    *Rename
    *Find Properties
    *Creating Folders
From INTROPC.doc Lesson 5 -  Organizing Files and Folders
*Using the Common Task Pane
*Selecting Multiple Items
*Copying/Moving  Files and Folders
Disk Management From Basic Windows II XP
    *Formatting/Initializing disks& flash drives
    *Checking Disk Space
    *Defragment your hard drive
    Making a Backup Disk (Backup CD next class)
    *Finding a File
    Using Zip disks
    Keyboard Shortcuts


***To Be Continued***

1.  Continue developing  your knowledge and skills using Windows XP. You should know much of the information covered so scan and focus on tasks you don't know.  The next quiz will have vocabulary and tasks that you will have to perform from the material covered  in this assignment.

                     Understand practice and be able to perform the Windows functions listed in:
Basic Windows II XP

                    
If  needed you might want to review the following for a detailed discussion and step by step procedures in Basic Windows II XP:
My Documents/SSTP_Documentation/IntroPC/INTROPC.doc"
      Lesson 5 -  Organizing Files and Folders p 69-86
****Be prepared you may be asked to demonstrate in front of the class your ability to perform these skills.****

2.  Describe how to perform 
the terms
with an "*" in your Problems and Solutions document, save your problems and solutions in your homework folder.  Your descriptions should be clear, complete and understandable to someone like your self but not in this class--do not simply repeat the descriptions in the from the class web site and documentation.  

Erase all files in your homework folder.  Place a copy of all homework, in red above,  in your homework folder and bring to next class to place in class homework folder on the transfer drive