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Easy Computer Training By 2006, nearly 3.5 million students were participating in on-line learning at institutions of higher education in the United States. Many higher educations, for-profit institutions, now offer on-line classes. By contrast, only about half of private, non-profit schools offer them. The Sloan report, based on a poll of academic leaders, says that students generally appear to be at least as satisfied with their on-line classes as they are with traditional ones. Private Institutions may become more involved with on-line presentations as the cost of instituting such a system decreases. Properly trained staff must also be hired to work with students on-line. These staff members must be able to not only understand the content area, but also be highly trained in the use of the computer and Internet. Online education is rapidly increasing, and online computer training has even developed along with to satisfy the demand of learning.















By today’s standards, typewriters are a thing of the past, computers are things of present and future, which can open a new world full of knowledge for you to explore. Almost all companies worldwide require that you know (or have at least some knowledge of) computers in order to fill a job position. That’s why the demand for learning computer grows rapidly.


At this time, a question is given out “How to invest effectively?”
There are a lot of options for you to consider, taking a traditional class, learning online computer training course, or computer training software (CD ROM), etc.
However, people tend to consider saving time and money as the first things before deciding to invest in any plans. Therefore, this form of learning has become more and more widespread because of its convenience. You are able to fit thousands of pages worth of information on one tiny CD-ROM. If you had to collect all this information yourself, it would take you thousands of hours and lots of money. Thanks to today’s technology, as incredible as the CD-ROM itself is, and it is incredible, the most amazing part about it is the price. Moreover, not only is the price affordable but the instruction is also easy for you to follow.

Until now, Computer Training is still considered as a key part of new methods of learning computer skills. It is the easiest and the most affordable way to learn any computer skills. Computrain Solutions LLC (click here for more information) is proud to offer fully comprehensive computer and internet training covering the spectrum of computer-related topics.
Once you start the training, you will quickly find out a wealth of information on hardware and software, input and output devices, operating systems, networking, multimedia devices, laptop computers and even wireless devices, etc.
Following is the summary of computer-related topics:

  1. How Computers Work
  2. Differences between Windows and Apple’s Macintosh computers
  3. The Components of A Typical Computer
  4. Computer Memory and Processors
  5. Hard Drives, Floppy Drives and Other Storage Devices
  6. Different Types of Software
  7. Types of Operating Systems
  8. Benefits of Using Laptop Computers
  9. Parts of Computer Networks
  10. Network Security
  11. Getting Connected to the Internet
  12. Surfing the Internet
  13. Communicating through E-mail
  14. Benefits of Using MP3 Players, Digital Camera and Web Cams PDA’s
  15. Wireless Networking

And Much, Much More!
In order to demonstrate the useful functions of computer training, the article only focuses on providing a few of fundamental skills of using computer in the training.
Let’s get started with Windows training
How to control programs that run at Startup The best way to prevent a program from running at Startup, is to check the program's own options for a way to prevent this.  Most good quality programs will provide an option for this.
If you can't find the option there, click Start, Run and enter MSCONFIG.  Go to the Startup tab, and uncheck the item there.  This method is not always 100% successful.  An example is a program that you do use, but you don't want running automatically.  Some programs will check to see if the program's own options say it should run at Startup. If the program thinks its supposed to load at startup, it will re-create the autorun entry.
A small utility that can help you determine where things are loading from is Startup Programs Tracker.


How to enable the administrator account on the welcome screen
Option 1: Download and install TweakUI from the Powertoys for Windows XP collection. In the Logon section, you can hide, or make visible, User accounts on the Welcome Screen.
Option 2:  Click Start, Run and enter REGEDIT    Go to:
Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Spe
cialAccounts\UserList   (note that there is a space in the Windows NT).  Right click in the right pane and select New, DWord value.  Give the value the same name as the Username on the Welcome Screen (it must match) for the account you wish to hide/show.  Double click the new value and set it to 1 to show the account on the Welcome Screen, or set it to 0 to hide the account.

Easy Computer Training For Microsoft Office
How to remove all formatting
Here's a great way to remove all of the formatting from a Word document or just a selected portion of the document:
1. Select the whole document by pressing CTRL+A or just select the portion of the document you wish to change.
2. Press CTRL+SHIFT+N.
All of your formatting is removed from the document or selection.

How to format copied text the way you wish
For example, you receive electronic documents in various formats. When you use text from one of these source documents, you have to reformat the text to conform to the specifications of the document you are working on. Here's how the text copied from other documents conforms to your document style:
1. In the source document, select and copy the text you want to use.
2. In the destination document, create a blank paragraph and apply any formatting, such as font size, columns, or bullets that you want to apply to the pasted text.
3. On the Edit menu, click Paste Special, click Unformatted Text, and then click OK.
The pasted text generally follows the formatting you specified for the blank paragraph.
Editor's Note: When copying or moving text in Microsoft Word version 2002, a Paste Options smart tag will appear just below your pasted selection. If you want to copy or move text without transferring its formatting, click the smart tag button and choose Match Destination Formatting or Keep Text Only from the drop-down menu. Alternatively, if you want the text to retain its original format, select the Keep Source Formatting option. You can also use the Apply Style or Formatting option to apply a style or create a new style for the pasted text.

How to import your messages or account from Outlook to Outlook Express (applied to Microsoft Office Outlook 2007)
Outlook Express can import messages only from the default message store in Microsoft Office Outlook. You can import messages from a different store; however, you need to change the default store location in Outlook before you begin the import procedure. To find out more about Outlook store locations, in Outlook on the File menu, click Data File Management. You can view information about your store locations and make changes if needed.
Import messages from Outlook to Outlook Express

  1. In Outlook Express, on the File menu, point to Import, and then click Messages.
  2. In the list, click Microsoft Outlook, and then click Next.
    Note:   If Outlook is not running, you are prompted to select the Outlook user profile where the messages are stored. Select a profile, and then click OK.
  3. Select the folders to import, and then click Next.
  4. Click Finish.

Import an e-mail account into Outlook Express
  Note You can import only POP3 e-mail accounts into Outlook Express.

  1. In Outlook Express, on the File menu, point to Import, and then click Mail Account Settings.
  2. Click Microsoft Windows Messaging or Exchange or Outlook, and then click Next.
  3. Click the e-mail account to import, and then click Next.
  4. In the Confirm Settings dialog box, verify the server settings for the account.
  5. Do one of the following:
    - To make changes, click Change Settings, click Next, and then change the settings that you want to.
    - Click Next.
  6. Click Finish.

So far it’s not so difficult to see the immediate benefits of your investment when you come to computer training. If you'd like to get a new job or that big promotion or maybe just get over your fear of computers, then this might be the most important article you'll ever read. Just remember that “Don't Let the Computer Age Pass YOU By!"



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