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FT104C - IT Fundamentals

Introduction to Subject and Syllabus Overview

Practical Marks 20. External marks 60. Internal marks 20.IT Fundamentals Course Objectives – To provide basic knowledge about the computer fundamentals – To develop conceptual understanding of MS-Office and Internet • Scheme of Examination – – – – Total marks 100. .

Input/Output Devices. Block Diagram – Parts of Computer: Processor. Primary and Secondary Memory – Types of Computers: Micros.Course Contents Unit 1 Computer Fundamentals – Introduction to Computer: Characteristics. Assembler and operating system) and – Application Software . Interpreter. Mini. Mainframe and Super Computer – Level of Languages: High and Low Languages and their characteristics – Software: System Software (complier.

Printers and Scanner. Changing the look and feel of windows (Desktop. Taskbar and Start menu – Windows Explorer: Creating a new folder and other explorer facilities. Date and time. Word Pad. My Computer. Sound card.) . Recycle Bin. Paint. Wallpaper. Addition of new hardware. Entertainment. Address Book – Control Panel: Installation of Software.Course Contents Unit 2 Operating System – Introduction of Operating System: Features. Note Pad. Screen saver etc. My Documents – Windows Accessories: Calculator. Installation of Modem. Types of Operating System – Windows XP: Using Taskbar. My Network Place. Start Menu options.

bar. What is a Workbook. Find and Replace – · Creating Macros – · Mail-Merge • MS-EXCEL – · Introduction to MS-Excel: Application of Electronic Spreadsheet. Closing a workbook. Entering Series. Creating Macros . Entering Data. stacked bar. Document Creation. Replacing and Proofing text: Spell check. Ranges and Functions: Cell referencing. – Saving a workbook. Printing – a word document. Features. Grammar check. Ranges names. Editing Data. Ranges. formula editing. Filling and Formatting a table – 10 – · Finding. – Graphical presentations such as line. Document Manipulation. Creating charts. pie – · Printing Excel Sheet. copying formula) . Quitting MS-Excel – · Cell Referencing. Header and Footer – · Table Handling: Inserting. – Functions(Mathematical and Statistical) – · Formatting Worksheet and Creating Charts: Formatting Data. Starting – MS-Excel. – Formulae (names in a formula.Course Contents Unit 3 Application Software-I (MS-Word 2003 and MS-Excel 2003) • MS-WORD – · Getting Started with MS-Word.

• Slide timing). Editing the slide master. Saving a Presentation • · Working With Slides : Changing the order of the slides. • Changing View. Special effect. sorting. filtering). Signature . • Saving mails.Course Contents Unit 4 Application Software-II (MS-PowerPoint 2003 and MS-Outlook) – MS-PowerPoint • · Starting MS-PowerPoint : Creating a presentation. Mail Format. Transition. Managing task • · Email With outlook: Configuring outlook for mail. Creating new slides. Printing a Presentation – MS-Outlook • · Working with Outlook: Address book (add contact. Adding a text. Running a slide show. Deleting a slide. • Drawing Objects. Calendar. Scanned objects and Image . Clip Art. Mail Setup. • changing the background. Controlling the Slide Show(Animation. find contact. Sending and Receiving of Mails. Layout of • slides.

HTTP). FTP. e-mail. WWW.Course Contents Unit 5 Internet Basics – Concepts and Services. Overview of HTML. Internet – Addressing. URL. Type of Internet connections. Hardware and Software requirements. . Domain Name. Overview of Intranet and – Extranet. Protocols(TCP/IP. Search Engines. Video conferencing. Browsers. – Advantages and Disadvantages of Internet.