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Final Study Guide

by: Jacqueline Wiley

Final Study Guide CSC 151

Jacqueline Wiley
La Salle

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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Jacqueline Wiley on Monday December 14, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to CSC 151 at La Salle University taught by Dr. Young in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 37 views. For similar materials see Intro CSC: Packages in ComputerScienence at La Salle University.

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Date Created: 12/14/15
End of Semester Study Guide Reminder: – Please bring a dark blue or black ink pen. Test covers general information about computer concepts and software packages taught this semester. Review your written notes along with notes sent to you throughout the  semester in canvas “files” (fluency study guide, software notes and this study  guide, etc.) What YOU should know: 1. Our definition of a computer 2. Hardware (peripheral equipment) a. Examples of input devices, output devices, storage devices 3. Networks a. Client / Server b. Uploading vs. downloading c. IP address, Domain Name, Top Level domain i. Examples of top level domain d. ISP (internet service providers) 4. How to define software 5. The two categories of software and their sub­categories a. Examples of system software  b. Examples of application software 6. What happens when you power on the computer 7. The name of the operating system used in our class room a. How it is loaded  8. How to properly name parts of the Windows 7 desktop  9. The Microsoft Office ribbon for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 10. How to properly name parts of the window layout for each  application we have used in class. 11. Difference between ‘Save’ and ‘Save As’ 12. Basic features and concepts of each of the applications we have used  this semester.  13. What each application is specifically used for CSC151­ Fall 2015 January 1, 2016 End of Semester Study Guide a. Type of file created by the application b. File extension that identifies the application c. Special features / uses of that application 14. The difference between editing and formatting a file 15. Examples of editing and formatting features that are common to each  of the applications we’ve used this semester 16. Editing and formatting features that are different in each of the  applications we’ve used this semester CSC151­ Fall 2015 January 1, 2016


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