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MTA - Windows 7
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Student Study Guide
EXAM 98-349
Windows Operating System Fundamentals
Preparing for MTA Certi 
Preparing r MTA tio 
Windows Operating SystemFundamentals
Course 10753
Michael Teske
(Windows Operating System). Michael has beenteaching in the Network Specialist Program for 10 years at NortheastWisconsin Technical College and has been involved as an engineer for15 years. He has a passion for both teaching and technology and loveshelping people
nd happiness in a career. Mike believes that learningtechnology should be fun, but he also recognizes that the networking
eld continually changes and can challenge even the brightest students.Mike also works as an independent consultant for several smallbusinesses in northeast Wisconsin and enjoys bringing that real-worldexperience in to the classroom on a daily basis. Mike has become knownas “the Microsoft Guy” on campus. His goal is to continue to teachnetwork technology with the same enthusiasm and passion for manyyears to come and to help his students
nd the same joy and passionthat he has found in an amazing industry.
Jeffrey Sonnleitner
(Windows Operating System). Jeff is a lead Instructorin the Information Technologies department at Moraine Park TechnicalCollege (MPTC) in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Jeff teaches the NetworkSpecialist degree program and the Advanced Technical Certi
cate inInformation Security. Jeff is also certi
ed to teach classes in internationalbusiness. He is beginning his 10th year at MPTC, and enjoys teachingcourses in networking, Microsoft servers, and information security. Jeff’sgoal is to help students succeed and enjoy their college experience in afuture-focused learning environment. He was instrumental in developingMPTC’s student exchange with technical colleges in Darmstadt, Germany,and he has led the college’s student exchange programs for over sixyears. As an advisor to MPTC’s student IT Club, he initiated annual toursto Silicon Valley. Prior to joining the faculty at MPTC, Jeff spent 14 yearsas an independent consultant, specializing in medical and dental of 
cecomputer systems and software.
Tim McMichael
(.NET Development). Tim has been a high schoolcomputer science teacher for the past 11 years. He currently teachesAdvanced Placement computer science, .NET programming, andcomputer game programming at Raymond S. Kellis High School inGlendale, Arizona. Prior to teaching, Tim worked for several years asa database application developer. Tim is the author of the Software andWindows Development Exam Review Kits in the Developer Exam ReviewKit series.
Tom Indelicato
(.NET Development). Tom teaches computer science atBishop Guertin High School in Nashua, New Hampshire for 11 years,including courses on Microsoft Of 
ce applications, Microsoft Visual Basicprogramming, AP computer science, and, most recently, autonomousrobotics programming. Outside the classroom, he runs the school’s FIRSTRobotics team. Prior to teaching, Tom was a software engineer for17 years.
Patricia Phillips
 (Authoring Manager). Patricia taught computer sciencefor 20 years in Janesville, Wisconsin. She served on the MicrosoftNational K-12 Faculty Advisory Board and edited the MicrosoftMainFunction website for technology teachers for two years. For thepast
ve years, she has worked with Microsoft in a variety of rolesrelated to K-12 curriculum development and pilot programs, such as theMTA Exam Review Kits and Student Study Guides, Expression Studio webdesign, and XNA game development. In her role as an author and editor,Patricia has written several articles and a student workbook on topicsincluding computer science, web design, and computational thinking.She is currently the editor of the Computer Science Teachers Associationnewsletter, the
This content is only for use by or provision to students for their personal use.Some examples depicted herein are provided for illustration only and are
ctitious. No real association or connection is intended or shouldbe inferred.Microsoft and other trademarks listed at
are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. All other marks are property of their respective owners.© 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. This content is provided “as-is” and Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied.

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