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*CSUB AUP-acceptable use policy
4CNet
   examples of:
   acceptable use-
   unacceptable use
Intro to the Internet
 *Browser-A program used to view, download, upload, surf, or otherwise access
documents (for example, Web pages) on the Internet. Netscape Navigator and Internet
Explorer are well-known "Web browsers" that enable you to view and interact with Web
sites. A program that allows users to access information for example foxfire, internet
explorer


    *URL-Universal Resource Locator, the world wide web address of a home page,
gopher site or e-mail address. A pointer to a file or resource available on the Internet; the
Internet's shorthand for directions to Internet-bound resources, used most often with
World-Wide Web browsers such as Mosaic and Netscape. A typical URL is a web
address such as: www.csub.edu
   *Address Bar- the address bar is a box where u could type the url you are looking for
and it takes you to that URL
    *navagation buttons-buttons available to move through documents or web pages
    *link-Text or images on a Web page that a user can click on in order to access or
connect to another document. Links are most commonly thought of as the technology that
connects two Web pages or Web sites. They are most commonly seen on your browser as
underlined words (such as "user" "click on" and "access" earlier in this paragraph).
Intro Windows
 *Windows XP- a more advanced computer startup operating system( XP stands for
eXPerience) The way in which the computer communicates to you with pull down
menus, icons, and operating buttons.
     Logon screen
     domain
    *GUI-Graphical User Interface, the use of graphic icons (characters/pictures) to
represent hardware and tasks to simplify the use and understanding of computers, e.g.
Mac Finder, Microsoft Windows, X-Windows.

  Start menu
   desktop
   icons
 Recycle Bin
 Start button
 mouse pointer image
   point
   single-click
   double click
    dragging
   *right-click- clicking with the right side of ur mouse will give you shortcut options.
   *Close button- the x on the upper right hand corner of a window which if clicked
closes the program.
   *My Documents-a place on the computer where a piece of work created with an
application such as a word processor, data base or spreadsheet is kept.
     Log Off
     Shut Down
     All Programs
  menu bar
  shutdown options
 *switching users-logging in under a different name.

*email- the exchange of letter like messages through computer networks.
 *Email message components- the things needed to send an e-mail.
    To-email address of the person to whom is going to receive the email.
    subject- a main point of your e-mail.
    CC-[email] short for Carbon Copy, CC sends an exact copy of your e-mail to the
address you place         in the CC box
    BCC
    Signature – [email] Your signature is a short message that usually includes a
standard sign-off, as well as contact information such as phone number, email address,
etc, that appears at the end of your e-mail message. On the CSUB VAX you will have to
type this in each time if you want a signature on your message. First Class also requires
you to type this in each time if you want a signature on your message. RunnerMail
system has a setting in the ‘Control Panel’ which will allow you to set this option.


    Attachment-–[email] A document created in a word processing, spreadsheet,
statistical, etc program that is attached (as a separate file) and sent with your e-mail
   *Netetiquette (Ms Manners)
   Address
   distribution list
   Alias/Nickmame
   Filter
   Hyper link
   Spam
  *Phishing-An online scam in which the perpetrator sends out a large number of
legitimate looking e-mails that appear to come from respected companies (such as
Citibank, eBay, PayPal, MSN, Amazon.com, Yahoo, BestBuy, AOL, etc.) with the intent
of "fishing" for personal and financial information from the recipient. These e-mails are
falsely claiming to be the respected company who needs the user's information to update
their files, when in fact, it is an attempt to scam the user into surrendering private
information that will later be used for identity theft.
Intro to Runner Mail
   Login
 Changing Password
 Add "Signature"
 Receive Mail
 Send Mail
 Checking Mail boxes
 Deleting messages
LAN- local area network lets you transfer information between others
Your Laptop/Desktop
*USB Flash drive/memory (from class) I/O device- a small drive that you can save your information to
and open it back up when ever you need it.
*PC system-short for computer system
*PC unit (CPU) – brains of the computer
motherboard-main circuit board of a computer
Speed
megahertz/MHz
gigahertz/GHz
*Keyboard components (Qwerty vs Dvorak)
*alphabet keys and punctuation <Shift>, <Caps Lock>
* numeric keypad, <Num Loc> the middle right part of the keyboard
<Alt>, <Ctrl>, <Enter>, <Backspace>, <Delete>, <Enter>, <Insert>
navigation keys <Home>, <Page Up>, <Page Down>, <End> function keys (Fn on laptops) and Windows
key
memory
CPU memory (active memory vs Storage memory)
(RAM) (ROM) –read only material
Memory size
byte
kilobyte/KB
megabyte/MB
gigabyte/GB
Monitor
resolution (1024X768)
Super VGA
ports
Older/legacy
PS/2
RS-232
serial
parallel
*New/current: Know the ports on your Laptop
USB1 and USB 2.0
FireWire/IEEE 1394/iLink
mouse
          right, left button
         mechanical, optical, cordless web wheel,
          trackball
         touchpad
printer
resolution/DPI
dot matrix
 ink jet,
 laser
*input/output devices
Storage Memory
disk drive (floppy and capacity, hard drive)
CD-ROM and CD-R/W (capacity)
DVD and DVD-R/W (capacity)
*Flash drive- portable storage for computers
Output Only
Scanner
Digital still cameras
Digital movie cameras
MP3 players(iPod)
*software (applications) – instructions to a computer to show how to complete tasks.
*operating system (Windows XP, Macintosh, Linux)- the program used to run and startup the computer.
applications Word, Excel, Explorer....

Components
    alphabet
    numbers
    punctuation
    Symbols,
   <Shift>, <Caps Lock>
   <Tab>, <Enter>,
 Correction
   * <Back Space>
   * <Delete>
   * <Insert>
  *Function Keys
    <Ctrl>
    Windows Key
    <Alt>
    <Fn>
  *Numbers
    <Num Loc & pad>
  *Location/Navagation
    arrow keys
    <Home>

<Page Up>
     <Page Down>
     <End>
   *Short Cut Keys
   * <CTRL><s>
   * <CTRL><c>
   * <CTRL><v>
   * <Windows><d>
Other Shortcut keys

From SSTP_Documentation
*Start Word-
*Enter text
  insertion point
  <Enter> key
*Select text- highlights all the text
  highlight
  drag
  <Shift>
 <Ctrl>
 change whole word selection
 double click
 select (p161)
    double click
    deselect
    <Ctrl>
    triple click
    text block
    area with <Shift>
    multiple text

    entire document
    line of text
    paragraph

*Format Characters- they help you format your font.
  Format Toolbar
  Standard Toolbar (not in text)
  Format dialog box (menu)
  Font
     Typeface
     Size
     Style
     Underline
     B, I, U
*Align text- change the place where your text is set up.
 left
 right
 center
 justify
*Print Preview
*Print- gives you a copy in paper of what you have been working on in your computer.
 Print dialog box
*Template
 General Templates


*Calculator
   Standard view
   Scientific view
   Operations /,*,+,-, sqrt
Paint
   *Microsoft Paint- a very basic program that allows you to draw freeform and also lets you do basic edits
to pictures.
    Tool Box
    Pencil/Brush Shape
    Color box
    Status Bar
    Text Toolbar
    Tools
   *Selection tools
    Eraser
    Color Box
*Magnifier- feature that lets you see the picture closer or farther away.
   Pencil
   Paint Brush

 Airbrush
     *Text tool-this tool allows you to inset text in your picture.
      Line
     *Curve tool- this tool allows you to insert curved lines in your picture.
     Shapes
  Paint Functions
     Select an area
     Copy a selection
     Move a selection
    *Move selection to Word
     Flip
     *Rotate-changes the position of the picture.
     Stretch
     Skew
     invert colors
Cursors
  Text Editors
   *Notepad- the basic typing program. This program only allows you to do basic typing nothing compared
to all the edits and modifications you can do on Microsoft word.
   WordPad
   *Rich Text Format (rtf)- this format allows you to open a file in a different format.
   Microsoft Word format (.doc)
   Write format (.wri)
   ASCII format (.txt)
*Clipboard- this is where the computer temporarily saves the stuff you have been copying.



 *External Monitor connection
   *Headphone jack- a port that allows you to pulg in headphones to your computer.
   *Microphone jack- a port that allows you to plug in a microphone to your computer
   *pc card slot- allows you to insert a pc card.
   *USB ports- ports that allow you to plug in your flash drive.
data size measurement for computers
   *byte and ASCII and standard formatting for text- is the measurement of the memory.
   *kilobyte-1000 to make a mega byte
   *megabyte-1000 to make a gigabyte
   *gigabyte
Floppy Disk Drive (FDD)
  diskette- a

floppy/hard drive organization (formatting)
   *defragment disk-saves file type in a certain area to look at it faster.
   *Disk Cleanup- frees up some disk space when this process is done.
   *Scheduled tasks- a task, for ex. a program, script, or document, that opens up every time you turn on
your computer.
   ferromagnetic
   sequential storage
   direct access storage Read/Write heads
*Crash- when there is damage on the hard drive.
 Hard disk
 file
 low level formatting
 high level formatting
 tracks
 sectors

root directory

*Spreadsheet- the grid that shows when you open excel.
 *Columns- the rows going
 *Rows
 *Cells- each small box in a spreadsheet
  Numbers
  Text
  Formulas
  Functions
  *Recalculate- to calculate once again after any modifications or something.
  Active cell
  Cell address
  Cell pointer
*Cell navigation-going up, down, right, left in a spreadsheet
  Arrow keys
    Down
    Right
    Left
    Up
  Mouse click
  Scroll bar
  <Ctrl><Home>
*Entering information- putting in information in your spreadsheet.
  Text
  Formula bar
  Numbers
  Editing Cells
 <Home>
 <End>
 <Right>
 <Left>
 <Backspace>

*Formulas-a function that contains numbers, letters, and or math operations and does calculations for you.
Math
Functions
  SUM (AutoSum Button)
  AVERAGE (Class discussion)
*Formatting/Format toolbar (just like Word)
  Numbers
  Style
    Currency
    Percent
    Comma style
    Decimal
    Font style (I, B, U)
    #
  Text
      Font
      style (I, B, U)
      Size
Print

 From Spreadsheet Basics
*Matrix- the grid on a spreadsheet.
Columns
Rows
*Range
Text/Labels
*Math operations (must know GEMS/PEMDAS)- the order that a person would use math operations when
he/she calculates a formula.
   +
   -
   *
   /
   ()
   %
   ^
   =
Formulas
Functions
   SUM
  AVERAGE
   STDEVPreview

Scary Things
  *Virus- A Computer program that is transmitted to your computer, usually through e-mails and
downloads, that can mess up your system.
  Trojan Horse
  Bombs
  *Key Logger/Tracker
  *Spyware-software that gathers information about a user.
  *Adware-software application where the banners are displayed.
  *Cookies- a piece of memory stored in your computer.
  Drive-by Download
  Browser Hijacker
  * Spam-an unwanted e-mail sent to many people that usually sells or promotes something
  *Phishing-online scam that fishes for financial or personal information.

Legal Considerations
    ADA
    USA Patriot Act
    AUP
       CSUB AUP
      4CNET AUP
    *Copyright- a patent put on a product so others can not copy it with out consent.
    *Fairuse-copyright principle that the public is entitled to use copyright material for commentary or
criticism.
    CIPA
    COPA
    CAN-SPAM Act
    US SAFE WEB Act
*Portal- the place where you plugs your things into on your computer.
New from Yahoo
Yahoo
*My Yahoo-is a page where it gives you information about anything you choose. From news, to sports,
from entertainment to money.
Message center
*Yahoo search- it is search engine similar to google.
*Calendar- it lets you mark important dates or appointments in a calendar.
*Briefcase- holds information for you.
*Bookmarks-lets you mark a page so that you can easily come back to it at a later time.
*Yellow pages-a place where you can look up businesses or services.
*Maps- gives you directions on how to get to places. Also lets you see where places are
located.
*Phone Search-lets you use this service like a phone book.

Review
Email Components (Improve current definition)
  To
  subject
  CC
  BCC
  Signature
 Attachment
Netetiquette /Ms Manners (Improve current definition)
Address
distribution list (Improve current definition)
Alias/Nickmame
Filter
Hyperlink
Spam
Phishing (Improve current definition)

Intro to Runner Mail
Login
Changing Password
Add "Signature"
Receive Mail
Send Mail
Checking Mail boxes
Deleting

RunnerMail --new and review
*Redirecting all messages- you   would go to rules and then enter the email address and hit
update.
*Address book-when you are at compose you click on the question mark and that takes you t a link where
you can add people to your address book
*Vacation message-you go to rules and you see the box to help you enable your vacation message.

Review From Text
*Internet
browsing
web browser
Internet Explorer
Standard Buttons toolbar
Address bar
status bar
URL
AutoComplete
Hyperlinks
navagation buttons
home page

WEB Docs
Web Intro
*Browser (Improve current definition)
   MOSAIC, NETSCAPE, MOZILLA, FIREFOX, MICROSOFT EXPLORER
*modem- device where you connect your computer to a phone line
*ClIENT and SERVER- client requests information from a server.
*DSL-digital subscriber line
Ethernet
FTP

GIF
HTML
Hyperlink
*ISP-internet service provider. A company who gives you internet access.
JPEG
LAN
MODEM
NETWORK
*PROXY-holds the most used pages in your internet
IM
URL
*VOIP-a.k.a ip telephony. Y0u can talk to people online just like if you were on the phone.
WWW
Browsing Basics
*Domains
 .com
 .org
 .edu
 .gov
 .info
 .mil
 .net
 .uk
 .biz
 .xxx
Netscape
Menus
Function Choices
Scroll bars
Hyperlinks
Search
*Bookmarks- lets you choose the websites that you like a nd sets up a link so that you can access them
faster next time.
*Preferences and Proxy-holds the most commonly or recently used content from your internet.

Microsoft Internet Explorer
Menus
Function Choices
Scroll bars
Hyperlinks
Search
*Favorites- saved pages that are you favorites. You can access them easier next time.
*Options and Proxy

From previous labs lookup if you have not defined.
ISP:internet service provider. Cable, broadband,          dial up.
Portal (My Yahoo)
hidden web
Bots/Spiders

Web Search Basics (Definitions in presentation)
 *Search engine: helps you find articles, journals, web sites, web pages etc.
 *Advanced (search): gives you more options to narrow down your search.
 *Index searches
 *Natural Language searches
 *Concept/Keyword searches: Narrows down your stuff with more concentrated terms.
 * Meta Search: old search engine
 *Logic with Google-
 *Google Scholar: can search here for scholarly sources.
 *Advanced [Google, ASK, etc.] :lets you narrow down your search through different options.
 *Boolean logic (and, or, not) -, + :tools used in older search engines to separate search    terms
and narrow down your search.
 *Proximity search: can enter one term and get closer to the subject.
 *Truncation: use the root word and an asterisk next to it and          your search will give you the
different forms of the word.
 *Phrase search: uses quotations to search for a certain phrase.

Search engines
 *Google
 *Yahoo
 *ASK
 *http://ideas.live.com/

Web Resources
 *usa.gov
 *wikipedia.org
 *howstuffworks.com/

Dates and Symbols
*AutoFormat
*Tables
*Drawing objects
  *WordArt Objects
*Watermarks
*Charts
*Diagrams
*AutoCorrect
*AutoText
*Find
*Replace
*Templates
*Wizards
*Newsletter style Columns
*Outline View

New From Text Word 03 Level 3
*Protecting a Documents
*Forms
*Tracking Revisions
*Table of Contents
*Index
*Bookmarks
*Table of Authorities
*Footnotes
*Endnotes
*Word preferences

				
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