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Microsoft Windows XP Pro Intermediate Training Video

Course Outline

Course Description
This Microsoft Windows XP Pro Intermediate Training Video  program will expand your knowledge of Windows XP. You will become familiar with Windows explorer by finding, opening, saving and deleting files. You'll learn about folders and how to create, rename, move and delete them. We teach you to customize the Windows XP interface by working with the desktop, taskbar, start menu and my documents. You'll take a look at the control panel by changing settings and adding/removing hardware and software. You become familiar with system tools and learn to utilize them to maintain a healthy computer. You'll learn to use mobility tools like remote desktop and remote assistance. You'll explore windows messenger and learn to communicate using your pc.  Microsoft Windows XP Training Video consist of 3 CD videos for beginner, intermediate and advanced learner.

About Trainer
Richard Clements is one of our most dynamic instructors who brings 16 years of experience and an upbeat training style in creating and sustaining technical adult education modules.  From Microsoft Office to SQL, Oracle and Macromedia, he is a content expert with thousands of satisfied clients.  Throughout his career Richard has edited, authored and published numerous textbooks and articles for the computer industry.   Richard’s definition of good technical training is presenting complex concepts in ways that user’s can understand and implement.  Microsoft Windows XP Pro Training Video can be purchased individually or as a whole package consists of 3 CDs.  

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Detailed Course Outlines for Microsoft Windows XP Pro Intermediate Training Video can be found below:
Windows XP Pro Basic

Overview of XP

Where XP fits in Windows family

New Features of XP

XP Home OS and engine

Recommendation Hardware

Logging On and the Desktop

Logging On

Using the mouse

Orientation taskbar/start menu

Working with Windows

Minimize and maximize a window

Select applications from taskbar

Taskbar grouping feature

Moving windows

Resizing windows

XP Application Programs

Touring a typical window

Built in applications

Internet Explorer

Outlook Express

My computer

Paint and WordPad

Media player and speech

Other free programs

How to Use Help and Support

Accessing Help and Support

Using help and support center

Understanding Help categories

Configuring Help and Supports

Remote assistance wizard

Using windows msg for RA

Using Internet Explorer

Understanding IE

Configuring general settings

Logging Off

Logging Off

Using Switching

Shutting Down

Windows XP Pro Intermediate

Activating XP

Product activation

Setting the restore point

If you change your computer

Working with the Desktop

Active desktop basics

Customizing the active desktop

Desktop icons

Configuring desktop themes

Changing the background

Changing the screen saver

Customizing taskbar settings

Panes, Menus, and the Toolbar

Touring the Panes

Menu options


Keyboard Shortcuts for XP

Keyboard shortcuts

Cut, copy and paste

F1 for Help

Windows + F for Find

PrtScn to capture the screen

Working with Files and Folders

Crating and renaming files

Creating and renaming folders

Selecting files and folders

Sorting files and folders

Copying and moving files and folders

Deleting files and folders

Setting folder options

Searching files and folders

Use the Favorites options

Adding new favorites

Adding favorites to help\support

Working with Shortcuts

Adding shortcuts to desktop

Changing shortcuts settings

Deleting shortcuts

Personalizing XP

Setting the and date

Customizing sounds and media

Personalize the mouse

Working with Power Management

Copying Information and Media with XP

Formatting floppy disks

Copying to floppy disks

Copy files to CD

Copy music from CD

Copy music to CD

Windows XP Pro Advance

Maintaining your Computer System

F8 menu and options

Recovery console

System restores


Driver rollback

Disk cleanup

User Accounts

Adding users

Modifying user configuration

User passwords

Forgotten password wizard

Net Passport

Changing user Logon

Fast user switching

Updating and Improving Windows

Windows update

Automatic mode

Windows catalog

Scheduling tasks

Computer mgt tools

Adding Programs and making them work

Adding new windows programs

Program and User profiles

Installing extra components

Removing windows applications

Compatibility mode

Program compatibility

Adding & working with printers

Adding printers

Customizing printer properties

Connecting to a Network printer

Sharing security on a LAN

Sharing security wizard

Local sharing

Network sharing

Listing other computers on network

Giving other permission to see your folders

Accessing Network Resources

Accessing files/folders/printers over the network

Adding network connections to my network place

Mapping a drive to a network shared drive

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