this screen aloud to your students.
will prepare you to work with all Microsoft Windows 2000 based
applications. Learning how to use Windows is as essential as learning
to read a book.
Think about when you were a little kid. Learning to read was a daunting task, but once you learned how to read one book, you were able to try reading another. Then you felt braver and tried to read harder books; soon you had no difficultly reading an unfamiliar book from cover to cover.
Microsoft Windows is the same way. At first this might seems like a lot to learn at once, but as time goes on it will become second nature to you. Once you have mastered Windows, all other Windows-based programs will be easier to learn at a rapid pace. All the other Microsoft programs you will be learning. share many basic elements covered in this section.