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Copying Items :
To copy an item, such as a file, click the item to select it. Click the Copy toolbar button. Click the location where the item should be copied. Click the Paste toolbar button.
Creating a File :
As with folders, you can create a file in three ways: from the desktop, from with explorer, and from within a Windows application.
Creating a File on the Desktop :
To create a file on the desktop, follow these steps
Right-click an empty area on the desktop, click New, and then click the type of file you want to create. You’ll see an icon on the desktop and a box beneath it containing the words New (file type) document.
Type a name for the new file, and then click outside the box.
This file is stored in the desktop folder in your user name folder.
Creating a file in explorer :
To create a file in Explorer, follow these step.
Click the Start button, right-click My Computer and choose Explore to open an Explorer window.
Open the folder that will contain the new file.
Click the file menu, click New and then select a file type. You’ll see an icon representing the file type and a box in the right pane.
Click inside the box, type a name for the new file, and then click outside the box.
Create a file form within Application :
Here are the steps for creating a file Word pad, creating a file in most Windows applications follows the same procedure.
Click start; click all programs, Click Accessories and the click Word pad.
Click the File menu, and then click save to open the Save As dialog box.
Click the folder in which you want to save the file you’re creating.
In the File Name box, enter a name for the file and then select the file type in the Save As type dialog box. Click saves.
Creating a Folder :
You can create a folder from the desktop from within Explorer and from within a Windows application.
Note Whether you’re working on a standalone machine or on a network, you have user Folder that was created during installation you’ll find that folder in the Documents and settings folder.
Creating a Folder on the Desktop :
To create a folder on the desktop, follow these steps
Right-click an empty area on the desktop, click New, and then click it containing the words New folder
Click in the box type a name for the new folder and then click outside the box.
Your new folder will be stored in the Desktop subfolder in your user name folder. You can leave it there or move it.
TIP Although you can create a folder just about anywhere in the folder hierarchy that
you want, I always suggest for starters that you keep your documents in
subfolders of the My documents folder. And if you are on a Corporate network, that may be the only place you have permission to store documents or your computer Administrator may have related a folder on a specified drive for you.
Creating a Folder from within Explorer :
To create a folder inside another folder in Explorer, follow these steps.
Select the folder inside which you want to create a new folder.
Click the File menu, Click New, and then Click Folder. You’ll see the words New Folder
Click inside the box, type a name for the folder and then click outside the box.
Creating folder from within an Application :
This method is often the handiest way to crate folder. Here are the steps for creating a folder in WordPad, an application that is included with Windows XP Professional but a similar procedure works in most Windows applications
Click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories and then Click Word Pad
Click the File menu and then click save to open the Save As dialog box
Locate the folder in which you want to create the new folder, and then click the Create New folder button. You’ll see a new folder icon followed by a box that contains the words New folder.
Type a name for your folder and then click outside the brackets.
you use the cut toolbar button and the Edit menu’s cut command to move text, tables and objects within and between documents and documents between folder and disks.
Date and time :
You set the date and time in Windows XP professional in the Date and Time Properties dialog box.
By right-clicking the time in the notification area and choosing Adjust Date/Time from the shortcut menu.
By clicking the Date, Time, Language and Regional options link in Control Panel and then clicking the change The Date and Time link in the Pick A task section of the date, time, language and Regional options folder
By clicking the Date, Time, Language, and Regional option link in control Panel and then clicking Date and time in date Time, language and Regional option folder.
Changing the Date and Time :
To change the month, click the month drop-down list box and see list a month. To change the year, click the year spin box and select a year. To change the time, enter a time, or click the arrows in the spin box and select a time. To change the time Zone, click the Time Zone tab, and select a time Zone from the drop-down list. By default Windows, XP Professional adjusts the time when the date arrives to go on day light or standard time. If you don’t want this to happen, clear Automatically Adjust Clock for Daylight saving changes.
Synchronizing with an Internet Tie server :
Click the Internet Time tab, to synchronize your computer clock with a time server on the Internet when you select this option, which is enabled by default clocks are synchronized on a schedule that is determined by windows (one a week) or by your computer manufacturer, which usually synchronizes clocks more frequently. In the Server drop-down list, you can choose from the time, windows .com server, which is operated by Microsoft or time.nist.gov which is operated by the Us. Government. You also enter the name of another time server if it uses the simple Newt. Work time protocol (SNTP). A server that uses HTTP (Hyper Transfer Protocol) will not work for this purpose.
Note: Remember, you must have permission to change the date and time if you are
working on a network.
Deleting files and Folder :
When you delete a file or a folder it goes to the Recycle bin by default. It is not permanently deleted from your system until the Recycle bin is emptied. You can delete a file or folder in several ways.
In Explorer or on the desktop, right-click he files or folder name and choose delete from the shortcut menu.
In Explorer, left-click the file or folder name and then press the Delete key or click the Delete button on the toolbar. (The Delete button has an E on it)
If the file or folder is visible on the desktop, click it and then drag it to the Recycle Bin.
Tip To bypass the Recycle bin hold down the shift key while choosing the Delete command or pressing the Delete command or pressing he Delete key.
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