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____ 1. Icons are designed to be symbolic of the items they represent.
____ 2. When Windows 2000 is started for the first time, the taskbar is located along the top of the screen.
____ 3. The taskbar shows you what programs are currently running.
____ 4. The Recycle Bin icon is used to delete and restore files.
____ 5. To open a pop-up menu of commands using the mouse, you must right-click an item.
____ 6. To select an icon using the Classic mouse style, you must point to a desktop item, then click the left mouse button once.
____ 7. The mouse pointer changes shape when you are resizing a window.
____ 8. Once you have resized a window, you cannot restore it to it to its original size.
____ 9. A bullet on a menu command indicates that the command is not selected.
____ 10. You can use either the keyboard or the mouse to access menu commands.
____ 11. A toolbar contains menus.
____ 12. All Windows commands must be selected using the mouse.
____ 13. The area under the menu bar in a Windows program is known as a toolbar.
____ 14. You should If you are doing the work on the computer, Save and close all open files before shutting down Windows.
____ 15. To get the latest technical support on Windows 2000, you can connect to a Microsoft Web site from the Windows Help dialog box.
____ 16. To open Help in Windows 2000, you can click the Quick Launch toolbar, then click Help.
____ 17. The size of the scroll box changes to reflect how much information does not appear in a window.
____ 18. You can use the keyboard to carry out commands in a dialog box.
____ 19. An ellipsis (...) after a menu command indicates that a dialog box will open.
____ 20. Cancel is never an option in a dialog box.
____ 21. In a dialog box, tabs separate options into related categories.
____ 22. A command button is a rectangular button in a dialog box that bears the name of a command.
____ 23. A list box is a box that allows you to scroll in numerical increments or type a number.
____ 24. To access the definitions of hundreds of computer terms, click the Glossary category on the Contents tab.
____ 25. When you want to end your Windows session, but leave the computer running for another user, you should select Restart from the Shut Down Windows dialog box.
____ 26. In Figure A-3, you would click in area #3 to move down one window height.
____ 27. In Figure A-3, you would click in area #2 to view the contents at the bottom of the page.
____ 28. In Figure A-3, there are four menu options that include dialog boxes.
____ 29. In Figure A-3, you must select a menu item in order to view the full comment about the item.
____ 30. In Figure A-3, you would click area #1 to view the menu option below Regional Options.
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