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1. Ques: Explain different basic parts of power point window?.
Ans: Basic Parts of Power Point Window
a) Title Bar Display the application name, Iile name and various window controlled
like minimize button, maximize button and close button.
b) Menu Bar - DiIIerent options Ior selection.
c) Standard tool bar Displayed by deIault, allows to give common commands like
saving the Iile, opening a Iile, printing etc.
d) Formatting toolbar allows the user to give commands related to Iormatting cells
and cell contents like Bold, Underline, Font Style, Font Size, Color etc.
e) The drawing palette: This is used to draw diIIerent shapes.
I) 'iew bar: This is used to change the view oI the screen.
2. Ques: Explain different features of windows XP ?
Ans: Io||ow|ng are the features of W|ndows kÞ
Safe and Easy personal computing: Windows XP makes personal computing easy and
enioyable. Power, perIormance, a bright new look, and plenty oI help when you need it.
Windows XP has it all, along with unmatched dependability and security.
World of Digital media: A lot oI working with digital media at home, at work, and on
the Internet. Enioy photography, music, videos, computer games, and more.
Connected Home and Office: Share Iiles, photos, music, even a printer and Internet
all on a network that is private and secure.
Best for Business: With Windows XP, you get the proven dependability oI MicrosoIt
Windows 2000, enhanced Ior high-speed perIormance and even greater reliability.
. Ques: How do you protect you Word documents?
Ans:ne way you can prevent people Irom modiIying a document is by having a
prompt appear that recommends the document be opened as read-only. II it is opened in
read-only mode, the changes can only be saved by giving the document a new name. The
steps below outline how to accomplish this using Word 2003.
To recommend read-only mode in Word 2003:
From the Tools menu, click ptions. The ptions dialog box will appear.
Click the Security tab.
Click the Read-only recommended option.
Another method Ior protecting a document is to assign a password to modiIy. You should
use this option when you want to let others read the content oI the document but only
allow speciIic individuals to make changes. When you assign a password to modiIy, only
those individuals who know the password can modiIy the document. The steps below
outline how to accomplish this in Word 2003:
pen the appropriate document.
From the File menu, click Save as.
Within the Save As dialog box, click Security ptions Irom the Tools menu.
In the Password to modiIy box, enter a password to secure the document.
Re-enter the password when prompted.
4. Ques: With the block diagram explain the organization of computers?
Ans: A computer is a Iast and accurate device, which can accept data, store data, process
them and give, desired results as output. The computer is organized into Iour units as
shown in the Iollowing diagram.
1. Input: This is the process oI entering data and programs in to the computer system.
You should know that computer is an electronic machine like any other machine which
takes as inputs raw data and perIorms some processing giving out processed data.
ThereIore, the input unit takes data Irom us to the computer in an organized manner Ior
Fig. 2 Basic computer Operations
2. Storage: The process oI saving data and instructions permanently is known as storage.
Data has to be Ied into the system beIore the actual processing starts. It is because the
processing speed oI Central Processing Unit (CPU) is so Iast that the data has to be
provided to CPU with the same speed. ThereIore the data is Iirst stored in the storage unit
Ior Iaster access and processing. This storage unit or the primary storage oI the computer
system is designed to do the above Iunctionality. It provides space Ior storing data and
The storage unit perIorms the Iollowing maior Iunctions:
O All data and instructions are stored here beIore and aIter processing.
O Intermediate results oI processing are also stored here.
. Processing: The task oI perIorming operations like arithmetic and logical operations is
called processing. The Central Processing Unit (CPU) takes data and instructions Irom
the storage unit and makes all sorts oI calculations based on the instructions given and the
type oI data provided. It is then sent back to the storage unit.
4. Output: This is the process oI producing results Irom the data Ior getting useIul
inIormation. Similarly the output produced by the computer aIter processing must also be
kept somewhere inside the computer beIore being given to you in human readable Iorm.
Again the output is also stored inside the computer Ior Iurther processing.
5. Control: The manner how instructions are executed and the above operations are
perIormed. Controlling oI all operations like input, processing and output are perIormed
by control unit. It takes care oI step by step processing oI all operations inside the
5. Ques: How to import 'ideo files into PowerPoint Slides?
Ans: II you've ever created slide shows Ior your sales presentations, you have probably
used MicrosoIt IIice PowerPoint 2003. PowerPoint is a powerIul and eIIective program
Ior displaying concise data during a live presentation. But PowerPoint slides alone might
not be suIIiciently inIormative when distributed over your company's intranet or as a
presentation that customers can view Irom your company's Web site.
MicrosoIt Producer Ior PowerPoint is a new tool Ior adding a rich video experience to
your slide shows. Producer can combine a PowerPoint presentation with video, audio,
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), and still images to create a standalone
presentation that you can distribute on the Internet or on a CD-RM. Your target
audience can then view it by using a Web browser such as MicrosoIt Internet Explorer.
Import and add video files
Because video Iiles have Iinite durations, you might want to add the Iiles Iirst and then
adiust all the other elements to synchronize with the Iiles.
Note The Iollowing procedures assume that you already started Producer. The Iirst time t
hat you start Producer, a Microsoft Producer dialog box opens.
To import video clips into Producer
a) Click the Media tab.
b) Under Project files, click the 'ideo Iolder.
c) Double-click Import 'ideo.
d) In the Import File dialog box, browse to the location oI your video Iiles, select the
video Iiles that you want to use, and then click Open.
Sometimes you might import a single video Iile made up oI several video clips.
Individual clips are easier to work with when you synchronize slides, templates, and
other elements. For this reason, you might want to import the single Iile as several
To import a single video Iile as several smaller video clips, select Create clips for video
files in the Import File dialog box when you import the video Iile. AIter the video clips
appear in the 'ideo Iolder, drag each clip to the 'ideo track in the timeline in the order
you want the clips to play.
Video clips also include a sound track. II the sound track on the timeline is not already
displayed, expand the 'ideo track to see the associated Transition and Audio tracks.
Note You can also add a video clip to the Audio 2 track. II you do this, only the audio
contained in the video clip is played in your proiect; the video contained in the clip is not
6. Ques: What are graphic applications?
Ans: In computer graphics, graphics software or image editing software is a
program or collection oI programs that enable a person to manipulate visual images on a
Computer graphics can be classiIied into two distinct categories: raster graphics and
vector graphics. BeIore learning about computer soItware that manipulates or displays
these graphics types, you should be Iamiliar with both.
Many graphics programs Iocus exclusively on either vector or raster graphics, but there
are a Iew that combine them in interesting and sometimes unexpected ways. It is simple
to convert Irom vector graphics to raster graphics, but going the other way is harder.
Some soItware attempts to do this.
Most graphics programs don`t have the ability to import and export one or more graphics
Several graphics programs support animation, or digital video. Vector graphics
animation can be described as a series oI mathematical transIormations that are applied in
sequence to one or more shapes in a scene. Raster graphics animation works in a similar
Iashion to Iilm-based animation, where a series oI still images produces the illusion oI
7. Ques: What is the difference between WWW & Internet?
The Internet is a massive network oI networks, a networking inIrastructure. It connects
millions oI computers together globally, Iorming a network in which any computer can
communicate with any other computer as long as they are both connected to the Internet.
InIormation that travels over the Internet does so via a variety oI languages known as
protocols. Internet is a network oI computers and related devices, a mechanism to transIer
data Irom one computer to the other computers. In a nutshell the Internet can be deIined
as a global 'Network oI Networks.¨ Internet means an Interconnection oI Networks.
Internet has made the globe a small village.
Internet is popularly known as 'Net¨. Internet is a huge repository oI inIormation on
almost every topic imaginable. People all over the world can search the net Ior
InIormation; add new inIormation and exchange views on diIIerent topics. The Internet is
an electronic web that connects people and businesses that have access to networks and
allows them to send and receive E-mail and to participate in a number oI other activities,
around the clock. In Iact, the Internet is so huge, with a wide variety oI Ieatures in it.
World Wide Web
WWW: World Wide Web this is hypertext based application which will allow to
retrieve the document, audio and video Irom the interlinked web pages. These interlinked
pages may be spread across diIIerent servers. The user can click on to a link and get
Each Web page is document created using HTML tags, XML etc. ne Web page may be
linked to another Web page. Thus the interlinked web pages Iorm a Web site. These links
are known as hyperlinks.
Example oI web site name:
www.manipalu.com this is called as URL (UniIorm Resource Locator) oI the site.
Home page oI a website is the Iirst page displayed when you go to a web site. This
generally contains the contents oI whole site. By clicking on to the required content you
can reach the web page which has inIormation about that content.
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