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Computers for Seniors by Chris Ewin, Cheryl Ewin, Carrie Ewin

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LESSON 13

FILES AND FOLDERS

Learn how to organize your computer!

Exploring File Explorer

Opening a Folder

Working with Files and Folders

Viewing Files Within a Folder

Opening a File

Creating New Folders

Renaming a File or Folder

Deleting a File or Folder

Restoring a Deleted File or Folder

Organizing Your Files

Saving Files into Folders

Moving Files into Folders

Closing a Folder

Searching for Elusive Files

Taking Your Files on the Go

Explore: The OneDrive Website

Phew, We Did It!

A file is a piece of information saved on your computer. For example, every letter, document, photo, song, and video saved on your computer is an individual file. Just as you store your bills, CDs, and letters in a certain place at home, every file you save on your computer ...

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