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Microsoft® Windows® 7 On Demand by Steve Johnson - Perspection, Inc.

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2. Working with Windows Programs

What You’ll Do

Start and Exit a Program

Change the Way a Program Starts

Use Windows Accessories

Create a Document

Edit and Format Text

Set Paragraph Tabs and Indents

Preview and Print a Document

Save and Close a Document

Share Information Among Programs

Insert and Edit Information

Link and Update Information

Insert Special Characters

Calculate Numbers

Run Commands

Play Games

Snip the Screen

Run Older Programs

Quit a Program Not Responding

 

Introduction

Now that you know how to work with the graphical elements that make Windows 7 work, you’re ready to work with programs. A program is software you use to accomplish a specific task, such as word processing or managing files on your computer. This chapter shows you ...

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