Ø  Moving Files

Moving files allows you to re-arrange files and improve organization. The method to move files to the Hard-Drive or a Flash Drive is similar to copying text.

Moving Files: Cut and Paste Option

  1. On the Taskbar, right click START select Explore
    Windows Explorer opens.
  2. Navigate to and select the file you want to move
  3. On the Command bar, from the Organize menu, select Cut
    OR
    Right click the file » select Cut
    OR
    Press [Ctrl] + [X]
    The file is cut to the clipboard.
  4. Navigate to and select the new location for the file
  5. On the Command  bar, from the Organize menu, select Paste
    OR
    Right click a blank spot in the area » select Paste
    OR
    Press [Ctrl] + [V]
    The file is pasted.
  6. OPTIONAL: To prevent confusion between the original and copied file, rename the file
  7. Renaming Files

After copying a file, you may want to rename it to prevent confusion between the original and copied file.

Renaming Files: Menu Option

  1. Navigate to and select the file you want to rename
  2. On the Command bar, from the Organize menu, select Rename
    OR
    Right click the file » select Rename
    The filename will be selected.

  3. Type the new file name
  4. Deleting Files

Deleting files is an easy way to free up space on your disk drives. If you are deleting files from the hard-drive, they are placed in the Recycle Bin and remain there until the Recycle Bin is emptied.

NOTE: You can recover files from the Recycle Bin before it is emptied.

Navigate the file you want to delete. On the Command bar, from the Organize menu, select Delete
OR
Right click the file » select Delete
A confirmation dialog box appears.

  1. Click YES

Ø  Working with the Recycle Bin

Files that are deleted from the hard drive are put into the Recycle Bin, where they will remain until the Recycle Bin is emptied—even if you turn off your computer. The following steps outline how to restore a file from the Recycle Bin. Using this procedure, the file will be restored to its original location. If you want to change the location, you can use the moving files procedure.

Restoring Single Files from the Recycle Bin: Desktop Option

WARNING: Restoring files from the Recycle Bin works only for files deleted from the hard-drive, not from a diskette, USB or a server.

  1. To open the Recycle Bin, on the Desktop, double click RECYCLE BIN
  2. Right click the file » select Restore

Restoring Single Files from the Recycle Bin: Command Bar Option

  1. To open the Recycle Bin, on the Desktop, double click RECYCLE BIN
  2. Select the file you wish to restore
  3. From the Command bar, click RESTORE THIS ITEM

Restoring All Files from the Recycle Bin

  1. To open the Recycle Bin, on the Desktop, double click RECYCLE BIN
  2. From the Command bar, click RESTORE ALL ITEMS

Emptying the Recycle Bin

  1. To open the Recycle Bin, on the Desktop, double click
  2. From the Command bar, click EMPTY THE RECYCLE BINA confirmation dialog box appears.
  3. Click YES

Connecting to a Printer

This document contains information on connecting to a printer in WindowS7.

  • Connecting to a Network Printer
  • Connecting to a Local Printer

Connecting to a Network Printer

If you work in a network environment, you will want to connect to one or more printers. The Add Printer Wizard makes this process easy to do.

NOTE: These instructions assume that you know the network name of the printer you wish to add.

  1. From the Start menu, select Control Panel
    The Control Panel pane appears.
  2. In the Hardware and Sound group, click PRINTER
    the Printers pane appears.
  3. On the Command bar, click ADD A PRINTER
    the Add Printer wizard appears.
  4. Select Add a network, wireless or Bluetooth printer
    The Printers pane refreshes.
  5. From the Select a printer scroll box, select the desired printer
    OR
    If you printer is not listed,
    1. Click THE PRINTER THAT I WANT ISN’T LISTED
    2. Select Select a shared printer by name
    1. In the corresponding text box, type the name of the printer (e.g., \\print\citi04)
  6. Click NEXT
    The printer installation begins.
    You may be prompted to install the printer drivers, an action which requires administrative credentials.
  7. If you would like this to be your default printer, select Set as the default printer
    The option is selected if an checkmark appears before it.
  8. Click NEXT
  9. OPTIONAL: To test the printer setup, click PRINT A TEST PAGE
  10. Click FINISH
    The printer has been added.

Ø  Connecting to a Local Printer

If your computer is not connected to a network, you will want to add a local printer. USB printers are automatically detected and installed by Windows7. For all other local printers, follow these instructions.

  1. From the Start menu, select Control Panel
    The Control Panel pane appears.
  2. In the Hardware and Sound group, click PRINTER
    The Printers pane appears.
  3. On the Command bar, click ADD A PRINTER
    The Add Printer wizard appears.
  4. Select Add a local printer
  5. Verify that Use an existing port is selected
  6. From the corresponding pull-down list, select the appropriate port

Click NEXT

  • From the Manufacturer scroll box, select the manufacturer of your printer
    The Printers list updates.
  • From the Printers scroll box, select your printer model
  • Click NEXT
  • Verify the Printer name
  • If you would like this to be your default printer, select Set as the default printer
    The option is selected if an checkmark appears before it.
  • Click NEXT
    Installation begins.
  • OPTIONAL: To test the printer setup, click PRINT A TEST PAGE
  • Click FINISH
    The printer has been added.

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