Microsoft Windows 7: Introduction

Microsoft Windows 7: Introduction

Learning Outcomes:

  • Successfully demonstrate knowledge of Windows Vista components as required by the instructor.
  • Utilizing WordPad create and format a document as described in the Lesson Lab.
  • Show proficiency in customizing the Windows Vista desktop as demonstrated in the chapter exercise.

During this one day course, students will gain the skills needed to create a document, find, create, and move files, create shortcuts, create a work environment suited to your needs, work with media, clean up your system, and find information on the Internet.

  • Familiarization with the basic components of personal computers
  • Log on to Windows 7
  • Explore the Windows 7 interface
  • Manage files and folders
  • Use the common tools and programs available in Windows 7
  • Customize the Windows 7 desktop
  • Browse the Internet.

Microsoft Windows 7: Introduction

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: Examine the parts that make up a personal computer to familiarize yourself with the basic components and individual functions of each component. explore the Windows 7 operating system after logging on to it using the personal computer. Manage files and folders using Windows Explorer to navigate to folders and manage files. Understand application software, and use common tools and applications that are part of the Windows 7 operating system such as the WordPad word processor, the Paint tool, the Calculator tool, among others. Customize the Windows 7 desktop using the customizing tools and shortcuts to personalize the desktop to suit your business requirements. Examine networking tools and features so that you can browse for information using the Internet.

Class targeted to: Designed for any knowledge worker, business professional, or private individual who needs to use entry-level Windows 7 computer skills.

Prerequisites: None.

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