By Curt Simmons
A helpful technical aid source offers skill-building and troubleshooting information regarding home windows XP, in addition to concise guideline in universal projects and often encountered difficulties, masking such themes as install, upgrading, and configuraton; dealing with documents and folders; functions; networking; diagnosing and troubleshooting; and preventative upkeep.
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In a desired folder, click View, point to Toolbars, then click Customize. 2. In the Customization Toolbar window, select any item in the left portion of the window that you want to add to your toolbar, then click the Add button. Continue this process until you have moved all options that you want. 3. In the right portion of the window, select any item that you do not want to use on your toolbar, then click Remove. Continue this process until you have removed any options you do not want. 4. In the right portion of the window, select a desired option and use the Move Up or Move Down buttons to adjust the order of the toolbar as desired.
It tells you which functions are running on your computer and can notify you of certain application functions. The Notification Area panel offers two simple check box options. You can choose the Show the Clock option to display the time in the Notification Area, and you can choose the Hide Inactive Icons option, which simply “cleans up” the Notification Area so that it displays only active icons. You can try both of these settings to see whether you like them. Using the Control Panel You can access Control Panel in three major ways.
Type a desired name for the new folder. If you want to create a new folder directly on your desktop, just right- click an empty area of your desktop, point to New, and click Folder. At any given time, you can rename a folder by simply right-clicking the folder and clicking Rename. Then press BACKSPACE, type a new name, then press ENTER. This feature makes it easy to keep your folders organized and to move your folders from place to place as needed. Chapter 3: Managing Folders and Files 51 52 Chapter 3: Managing Folders and Files Finally, you can delete any folder by right-clicking the folder and clicking Delete.
A+ Technician's on the Job Guide to Windows XP by Curt Simmons