Getting Started with Computers
Dryden's Getting Started series offers instruction in basic computer literacy combined with practical Web-based technologies. Designed with today's student in mind, these four-color, heavily illustrated texts are concise and readable. Clear explanations, accompanied by large, easy-to-read screen captures, are followed by guided exercises and projects. Students learn by doing in real-world scenarios and case studies. Getting started has never been so easy!
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Active Desktop appropriate Bookmarks browser bytes called CD-ROM discs command Computer or Windows connected copy Delete desktop icon desktop style dialog box document domain name dot matrix printers double-click drag e-mail address e-mail message Edit menu Figure GUI Figure HW File Management File menu filename floppy disk floppy drive graphical user interface GUI 9 hard drive hardware hyperlink input keyboard Memos menu bar menu item microcomputer microprocessor Microsoft Internet Explorer module motherboard mouse pointer move the mouse Netscape Navigator operating system option Pentium pnnter puter Recycle right-click right-drag Save scroll bar server shortcut menu shown in Figure software program status bar storage device stored system unit task button taskbar title bar toolbar button Type the desired Uniform Resource Locator usually Web browser Windows 98 Windows Explorer WordPad workspace World Wide World Wide Web