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It displays the name of the document and the name of the program(application). example - document 1 -Microsoft Word.
Title Bar
It displays the names of the main menus. They are file, edit, view, format, tools, table, window, help. Main menus can contain arrows which open submenus.
Menu Bar
It displays buttons for accessing commonly used commands such as saving, opening and printing a file.
Standard Toolbar
It displays buttons for accessing common features and commands such as bold, italic and centering.
Formatting Toolbar
It measures the width of the document and displays information such s margins, tab stops and indents.
Horizontal Ruler
It measures the height of the document page and is only displayed in print layout view.
Vertical Ruler
It displays the name of the element (icon) on which the mouse pointer is resting or pointing.
Screen Tip
A blinking vertical line that displays to the right of the space where characters are inserted into the document.
Insertion Point
It is used with the mouse to shift the on-screen display up and down or left to right
Scroll Bars
The white area where you type the document.
Document Window
They are used to change the way a document is displayed. These options are also available on the view menu. They are print layout, web layout, ouline view, and normal.
View buttons
It displays information such as the currently displayed page, section, how many pages are in the document, where the insertion point is located and which mode buttons are active.
Status Bar
They are used to change the way word operates to make creating and editing documents easier. OVR is an example of one of these buttons and is actived by pressing the insert key.
Mode Buttons
It answers questions and offers suggestions about word features. It can look like a paperclip.
Office Assistant
Ctrl + P
Ctrl + V
Ctrl + N
File New
Ctrl + C
Ctrl + O
File Open (folder)
Ctrl + S
Ctrl + A
Select All
Ctrl + F
Check Spelling
Ctrl + X
Ctrl + Z
Ctrl + P
Ctrl + X
Ctrl + S
Starts up Find from the Desktop
Refresh Contents
Crtl + F4
Closes Active Window in Program
Alt + Enter
Opens Properties Window for selected Icon or Program
Shift + F10
Simulates right click on selected item.
Minimizes all windows and returns the user to the desktop.
Minimizes all windows.
Undo the minimize.
Opens IE
Cycle through open programs through the taskbar.
displays the application icon,the name of the file, and the name of the current application
Title bar
displays a list of menus such as File, Edit, View, and Format. When you click on each menu you get a list of commands
Menu bar
is a row of icons that gives you quick access to editing commands
Standard toolbar
is a second row of icons that gives you quick access to various formatting commands
Formatting toolbar
allows you to add visual effects, shapes, and graphics to a document by using AutoShapes, text boxes, WordArt, lines, and arrows
Drawing toolbar
allow you to move up and down and from side to side within a document
Scroll bars
is useful for adjusting the margins of a document and the indentation of paragraphs
a tool that allows you to jump to specific areas within a Word document
Select browse object
active cell
cell ready for data entry
When data is entered into a cell, labels will align on the left and values will align on the right.
Intersection of a row and a column and identified by a cell reference
Cell range
A selected group of cells that form a rectangle
Cell Reference
The column letter and the row number. Example: B12
Identified by letters that appear at the top of the spreadsheet. (Vertical)
Equations with symbols for math operations. A formula begins with an equals sign. Example= B6+B7+B8+B9
Special formulas that do not use operations to calculate a result. I.E. a shortcut formula. Example: =Sum(A6:A9)
text, symbol, date, or number not used in calculations
identified by numbers that appear at the left of the spreadsheet. (Horizontal)
a program that allows you to use rows and columns of data to mange, predict, and present information
a number entered into a spreadsheet cell that will be used for calculations
types of cell formatting
general, number, currency, percentage, text, comma, date
printing options
(file, Page Setup): Portrait, Landscape, With/without gridlines, With/without row and column headings
basic spreadsheet functions
addition, subtraction, multiplication, division
data types
labels (left default alignment), data expressed in words, symbols, dates, or numbers not used in calculations; values (right default alignment, data expressed in numbers; formulas (algebraic format of formulas)
alternate input devices
PDA, Tablet PC, Speech Recognition, virtual keyboard
keyboard or menu commands
mouse, arrow keys, enter
personal/home uses
budget, check book, car loans, grades, investments
business uses
payrolls, budgeting, investments, inventory costs, loan payments
spreadsheet applications
budgets, checkbook, product prices, payroll, financial statements, profit/loss statements, company bids
_____________ is movable resizable container for text or graphics
linked object
_______ ______ maintains connection b/w two files
source file
______ ________ is created in and destination file it’s inserted into
external reference
reference to cell or range of cells on sheet in another Excel workbook, or reference to defined name in another workbook
__________ reference to cell or range of cells on sheet in another Excel workbook, or reference to defined name in another workbook
linked objects
use ______ ________ when u want information in destination file to be updated as source data changes
embedded object
use ________ _________ when you don’t want to update the copied data as it changes in the source file
linked object
linked to source file
embedded object
no connection to source file
source file
updates the linked object
Name 3 system resources to troubleshoot a scanner
A) Direct Memory Access (DMA) Channel B) I/O Address C) Interrupt Request (IRQ)
Name the most common problem with Scanners
IRQ conflicts with Network Interface and Sound cards
2 symptoms that there is an IRQ conflict between a Scanner and another device:
A) Scanner does not scan even though power is on and scanner lights are active. B) A misaligned Scanner image on the screen.
Name 4 common Tape device problems:
A) Incorrect formatting B) Incorrect insertion into the drive C) Physical Damage D) write protection
Name the most common problem with Tape drives in a Networked enrironment:
The user does not have sufficient rights to backup or restore files on the network.
Symptom: 6 short beeps on boot up:
Keyboard error: Problem with attached keyboard or the internal keyboard electronics.
Symptom: IBM compatible 301 error code:
Keyboard did not respond to software reset or a stuck key has been detected.
Symptom: Failure of characters to appear when you enter them on keyboard.
Faulty or unplugged keyboard
Incorrect characters display on screen.
Incorrect language settings
Your keyboard doesn't work. You replace it with a new keyboard and it doesn't work. What do you need to check?
You need to troubleshoot the keyboard controller. If it is faulty, you may need to replace the system board.
Name the 3 steps to service a faulty keyboard
1) remove the back cover from the keyboard. 2) Check for the presence of a fuse in the 5 volt DC supply 3) Check the fuse for continuity
True of False: You cannot hot swap a 5 pin DIN or 6 pin Mini-DIN keyboard
True - Doing so may damage the keyboard or System board.
Two steps to take when troubleshooting software or port problems for a mouse:
A) Reboot in Safe Mode B) Check settings in CMOS setup utility.
XP HW Requirement: Processor
300MHz or higher Intel compatible Processor
XP HW Requirement: Memory
XP HW Requirement: Free Hard Disk Space
XP HW Requirement: Floppy Disk
Not Required
XP HW Requirement: CD-ROM
XP HW Requirement: Video
SuperVGA or better
XP HW Requirement: Mouse
XP HW Requirement: Keyboard