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How to Use Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional

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ISBN-10: 0672317117

ISBN-13: 9780672317118

Edition: 2nd 2000

Authors: Walter J. Glenn

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This step-by-step, full colour manual provides visual solutions to approximatley 100 common Windows 2000 tasks - from working with files and customizing the desktop, to networking and the Internet.
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Book details

List price: $24.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Sams
Publication date: 2/11/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

Using the Windows 2000 Desktop
How to Log On to Windows 2000
How to Use Your Mouse
How to Use a Program
How to Arrange Windows on the Desktop
How to Switch Between Programs
How to Browse Your Disk Drives
How to Get Help
How to Use the Recycle Bin
How to Log Off Windows 2000
How to Shut Down Your Computer
Working with Files and Folders
How to Use Windows Explorer
How to Search for a File or Folder
How to Create a Folder
How to View Items in a Folder
How to Create a File
How to Open a File
How to Save a File
How to Create a Shortcut to a File or Folder
How to Rename a File or Folder
How to Delete a File or Folder
How to Move or Copy a File or Folder
How to Send a File to the Floppy Drive
How to Open a File with a Different Program
Printing
How to Print a Document from a Program
How to Print a Document from Windows
How to Manage Documents Waiting to Print
How to Change Printer Settings
How to Share a Printer with Others
How to Install a Local Printer
How to Install a Network Printer
Working on a Network
How to Use My Network Places
How to Add a Network Place
How to Find a Computer on the Network
How to Find a File on the Network
How to Share a File or Folder with Others
How to Map a Network Drive
Working When Away from the Network
How to Create and Fill a Briefcase
How to Take a Briefcase Home
How to Update Files in a Briefcase
How to Make Items Available Offline
How to Use Offline Items
How to Synchronize Offline Items
How to Change Offline Settings
Working on the Internet
How to Start Internet Explorer
How to Get to a Web Site
How to Search for a Web Site
How to Use the Favorites Menu
How to Use the History List
How to Make Web Pages Available Offline
How to Change Settings for Internet Explorer
Using Internet Email and Newsgroups
How to Send Email with Outlook Express
How to Receive Email
How to Use the Address Book
How to Change Settings for Outlook Express
How to Receive an Attached File
How to Send an Attached File
How to Subscribe to a Newsgroup
How to Read a Newsgroup Posting
How to Post to a Newsgroup
Protecting Your Files
How to Set Permissions on a Local File or Folder
How to Set Permissions on a Shared Folder
How to Encrypt a File or Folder
How to Lock Your Workstation
How to Assign a Screen Saver Password
How to Change Your Logon Password
Changing Windows 2000 Settings
How to Change the Volume
How to Set Up a Screen Saver
How to Change Your Wallpaper
How to Change Display Settings
How to Change Mouse Settings
How to Change Keyboard Settings
How to Change the Date and Time
How to Customize the Taskbar
How to Change Folder Options
How to Change Power Options
How to Change System Sounds
How to Add an Item to the Start Menu
How to Add an Item to the Quick Launch Bar
How to Start a Program When Windows Starts
Using the System Tools
How to Back Up Your Files
How to Restore Files from a Backup
How to Create an Emergency Repair Disk
How to Free Up Space on Your Hard Disk
How to Defragment Your Hard Disk
How to Schedule a Task to Occur Automatically
How to Use the Windows Troubleshooters
Installing New Software on Your Computer
How to Add a Program to Your Computer
How to Change or Remove a Program
How to Add Windows Components from the CD
How to Add Windows Components from the Internet
How to Find Out About Your Installed Hardware
Installing Windows 2000 Professional
How to Upgrade to Windows 2000
How to Install a Clean Copy of Windows 2000
How to Create Setup Floppy Disks
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