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Office Word Handout

Office Word Handout

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The Notifications area contains the clock, and icons that keep you posted as to the status of various

programs or services running on your computer.

Logging Off, Shutting Down

Your computer is not a TV. One of the most common mistakes when using a PC issimply to

turn off the PC. This is not good.

If you share computer with others, and want to leave it on for them, you can just log off. To

log off, follow these steps:

1. Click the Start button.

2. Click the Log Off button near the bottom of the menu.

3. Click the Log Off button that appears.

The Welcome screen shown back at the logon stage reappears.

To shut down the computer altogether, or put it to sleep so to speak, so that it consumes

little or no electricity, follow these steps:

1. Click the Start button.

2. Click the Turn Off Computer button near the bottom of the menu.

3. Choose one of the following options (as available):

Hibernate: Saves everything on the screen and puts the computer into a minimalpower-

consumption state.

Standby (i available): Puts the computer into a minimal power-consumption state, but

does not save current settings.

Turn Off: Turns the computer off. Nothing is saved, no power is consumed while the

computer is off, and restarting will be from scratch.

Restart: Briefly shuts off the computer, and then instantly restarts it. Also knownas



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