This assignment will give you additional practice navigating your computer to verify that you have Microsoft Office 2013 installed on your computer and create a hierarchical folder structure for this course. This course is designed for Windows operating system and your computer must have the following four (4) MS Office 2013 installed: Word 2013, Excel 2013, PowerPoint 2013 and Outlook 2013. You will not be able to complete most of the assignments in this course without these applications. You will also create a multi-level folder structure for this course. You will create folders for each week and use these folders to save your assignments throughout the course. Follow these steps to complete the assignment:
- Create the file structure using Windows Explorer (Windows 7) or File Explorer (Windows 8). Open Windows Explorer by right-clicking on the Start button located at the bottom left side of the screen and select Open Windows Explorer. On Windows 8, open File Explorer instead.
- Create a course folder titled IS 102 on your computer desktop. In the Folders window on the left side of Windows Explorer, click on Desktop. Find a white area on the right side window, right click, select new folder and name it IS 102.
- Open the IS 102 folder you just created on the previous step and create eight (8) folders for each week of the course Name the folders Week 1, Week 2, ….Week 8.
NOTE: If you are a visual person, click here to preview an example of the folder structure.
- Verify that you have MS Office 2013 installed on your computer:
- Click here to open the instructions on how to find if MS Office 2013 is installed on your computer.
- Take a screenshot of your computer installation of MS Office 2013 showing the four (4) MS Office 2013 applications: Word 2013, Excel 2013, PowerPoint 2013 and Outlook 2013. Open the attached file for step-by-step instructions for how to take a screenshot. (You will use this skill often throughout your online work, so it may be helpful to save this document in a place that you can refer to often until you are comfortable with this process)
- Paste the screenshot into a word document and save the file in the week 2 folder you created on step 1b above. Name the file “W2_MSOffice2013_last_name” (replace “late_name” with your last name).
- Take another screenshot of your folder structure showing week 2 folder and the W2_MSOffice2013_last_name document. Refer to the folder structure example shown on step 1b Note.
- Paste the screenshot into a word document and save the file in the week 2 folder you created on step 1b above. Name the file “W2_FileStructure_last_name” (replace last_name with your last name).
- Compress the IS 102 folder including the folder structure. Open the attached file for instructions on compressing files and folders. (This is another skill that you will use often throughout your online work, so you may wish to save a copy of this document in a place that you can refer to often until you are comfortable with this process.)
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