By Pat Coleman, Peter Dyson, Stephen L. Nelson
Starting with fast paced tutorials at the fundamentals of utilizing home windows XP, together with operating with a computer, handling records and folders, and utilizing the regulate panel instruments to customise settings, this reference for company clients lays the basis for utilizing home windows to extend potency and maximize productiveness. particular home windows instruments which are worthwhile to the enterprise expert, akin to utilizing applets for company projects, making community connections, and acting approach upkeep, are then lined. additionally incorporated are step by step descriptions for reaching 5 universal home windows XP tasks
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Chapter 4 looks at Control Panel in detail. 2. Open the User Accounts dialog box, which is shown in Figure 1-2. Click User Accounts. 6 MBA’s Guide to Windows XP Professional Figure 1-2 The User Accounts dialog box. 3. Open the What Do You Want To Change About Your Account? screen, which is shown in Figure 1-3. Select your account, and in the Pick A Task section, click the Change An Account link. Chapter 1 Using the Windows Interface and Desktop 7 Figure 1-3 Telling Windows XP Professional what you want to change.
Chapters 13 and 14 discuss how to set up a network and work on a network. • Clicking the Control Panel item opens Control Panel, as you saw earlier in this chapter. • Clicking Connect To opens a submenu that contains two items: My ISP and Show All Connections. If you have a dial-up connection to the Internet, clicking My ISP opens the Dialing My ISP dialog box and dials the phone number for your connection. Clicking Show All Connections opens your Network Connections folder. • Clicking Printers And Faxes opens your Printers And Faxes folder.
If you originally entered it using all lowercase or a combination of upper- and lowercase and the Caps Lock key is on, your password obviously won’t be accepted. Chapter 1 Using the Windows Interface and Desktop 5 Changing Y our User Account Picture Your If you work on a system that uses the Welcome screen, you can change your own picture that displays next to your user account name. If you are the Computer Administrator, you can change the pictures of other users of the system. Remember, the Welcome screen is available only if your computer is a member of a workgroup or is a standalone machine.
MBA's Guide to Windows XP Professional by Pat Coleman, Peter Dyson, Stephen L. Nelson