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Lab 8.2.4: Navigating the Windows 2000 File System with “Windows Explorer” and “My Computer” Estimated Time: 15 Minutes Objective In this lab, the student will learn how to navigate the Windows 2000 file system with Windows Explorer. The student will also learn how to use the navigation tools provided by Windows 2000 to locate files and folders. Equipment The following equipment is required for this exercise: • A computer running Windows 2000 Professional • A Marketing folder with an Excel file named “Spreadsheet.xls” saved in the Marketing folder Scenario A user needs help locating a lost file. The student will use various ways to navigate through the system and locate files. Procedures The student will use the Windows 2000 “Explorer” and “My Computer” to navigate files. 1 - 3 IT Essentials II v2.0 - Lab 8.2.4 Copyright  2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. Step 1: Navigating the Windows 2000 file system using Windows Explorer 1. Right-click the My Computer icon on the desktop or right-click the Start button and select Explore from the menu. 2. Locate the “local Disk C:\” icon and click on the (+) sign to expand the contents of the drive. 3. If the user clicks directly on the drive, the contents of the drive will be displayed on the right side of the screen. 4. On the left side menu of Windows Explorer, locate the “Documents and Settings” folder and click on the (+) sign next to this folder. This will display the contents of the folder. 5. Now click directly on the folder itself and the contents of the Documents and Settings folder will display on the right side of the screen. 6. Now the user has successfully navigated to the “Administrative and All User” folder using Windows Explorer. 7. Close the Windows Explorer Window. 2 - 3 IT Essentials II v2.0 - Lab 8.2.4 Copyright  2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. Step 2: Navigating the Windows 2000 file system using My Computer Double-click the My Computer icon located on the desktop. 1. This will display all of the drives located on the system. 2. Click on the folder view button located on the menu bar. A drop-down menu displays the folder and file options in “My Computer”. Select the Details options to change this view. The Details view provides important information including the date last modified, size, and type. 3. Double-click on the “Local Disk (C:)” icon to display the contents of the C:\ drive. Change the view to details again if it is necessary to see the file information. 4. Locate the “Documents and Settings” folder and double-click on it. 5. This will display the contents of the Documents and Settings folder. Within this folder, locate the Administrative and All User folder. Reflection There are various ways to navigate and to locate files and folders. 1. What is another way to locate files or folders, or to navigate the Windows 2000 file system? ____________________________________________________________ 3 - 3 IT Essentials II v2.0 - Lab 8.2.4 Copyright  2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. ... - tailieumienphi.vn
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