This book, Learning Your Computer Through Pictures, is a wonderful and fun way to learn how to use computers!

Hello everybody,

I wanted to tell you a story about my journey to learn how to use my computer. Have you ever felt that you just don’t have the skills to learn your computer and its applications? Have you ever been so frustrated with your computer that you just want to throw it out the window?

That was me too. When I first started playing on the internet, I was just browsing and searching for sites. Whenever I came across a beautiful website; and i saw all the unique apps the web designer put on his page. I would feel really bad because I didn’t feel like I had the skills to do those things, even though I really had great ideas.

So I decided to do an in-depth study of my computer based on what I wanted to do online. I really wanted to blog about important information. I really wanted to be able to share links to other sites, and I really wanted to use the video format to express myself online.

I didn’t have time to go back to school, so I decided to write a book using pictorial examples to explain each instruction. Subject: Introduction to using your computer, basic concepts

Textbook: Learn Your Computer Through Pictures.

Course description:
This course of study is designed to provide you with the basics of understanding and using your computer. The format is simple and all instructions are accompanied by pictorial examples that will take away any apprehensions you may have, as each instruction is backed up with its correlative image every step of the way.

We’ll cover things like creating documents, how to share those documents online, operational features of the Microsoft Works word processing program including font size, document editing, creating video formats, navigating the web and helpful little tips make things easier as you explore your computer applications.

The course outline, provided in three sections as follows:

Introduction to Section One: Getting Started Using Your Computer to Create Microsoft Word Documents. This will allow you to begin learning the basics of word processing, incorporating graphics, modifying graphics, and understanding toolbar functions.

Topics of study, section one:

How to create and save a Microsoft Word document.
How to format the page of your document.
How to select a font for your document.
Add images: open the image archive file on your computer
Open the image archive file on your computer (Continued adding images).
Find images within your computer’s images folder.
Find images stored in your computer’s image archive within a named folder.
How to resize an image.
Using the toolbar to edit an image.
Format an image with the image toolbar.
Creating an additional image file folder within your stored images.
Creation of hyperlinks in words within your document.
Insert hyperlinks on images within your document.
How to save your document.
Where to save your document.

Introduction to Section Two:
In this section we will study how to copy text, modify text, use the notepad application, use the text enhancement functions of Microsoft Word, browse the Internet, access the control panel, access your Internet connections and settings. options, understand the functions of your Internet provider’s toolbar. – (Mozilla Firefox and Explorer) and using the bookmarks application.

Topics of study, section two:

How to copy and paste the entire page of a document.
How to copy partial texts within a document.
Understanding the Notepad application.
Using the Notepad program application. (Introduction to understanding your notepad)
How to find and use the Notepad application.
How to use the text enhancement functions of MS Words, (Part 1: Font size and bold text).
How to use the text enhancement functions of MS Word (Part 2: Font color and italics).
How to use the text enhancement functions of MS Word, (Part 3 – Add characters and
Symbols: access to your symbol files, about the Special characters tab).
Note on toolbars.
Internet access and creation of shortcuts.
Internet browsing, setting your default Internet provider and home page
Browsing the Internet, (Accessing the Control Panel),
(Access to the configuration of Internet connections and options), (Making changes to Internet connections and options.
Understanding of the functions of the Internet toolbar (Mozilla Firefox).
Understand the functions of the Internet toolbar (Internet Explorer).
Using the Bookmark application (Internet Explorer).

Introduction to Section Three:

In this section we will study how to create a slideshow video using Microsoft Movie Maker. This will include adding and editing graphics, working with transitions and durations, adding text and voice audio, adding music, cutting and trimming the slideshow and its audio, converting the slideshow to a video file, uploading to YouTube, understanding keywords and meta tags, connecting multiple network accounts, and the basics of recording from your computer’s webcam.
Topics of study, section three:

How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(First part: First steps).
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Part Two: Importing Image Files).
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Third part: drag images to your storyboard).
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Fourth part: play your storyboard like a filmstrip and add video effects.)
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Part Five – Final Note on Video Effects and Let’s Talk About Adding Transitions).
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Part six – Continued adding transitions and let’s talk about durations.)
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Part Seven – Let’s Talk About Continued Durations and Maneuvers Through Your Story Board and Quick Reminder – Saving Your Project).
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Part Eight: How to Save Your Unfinished Storyboard).
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Part Nine: Reopen your unfinished Story Board and add text to your video’s Story Board.)
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Part Ten – Add your title page).
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Part Eleven: Adding Text to Individual Slides and Text Animations).
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Part Twelve – Add Audio to Your Movie and let’s get started with adding narration.)
(Assigning your mic / line input – microphone system)
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Part thirteen – Add music content and designate when a music file will play and end)
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Part fourteen – Designation of when a music file will be paid for and finalized).
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Part Five, Dragging and Editing a Loaded Audio File).
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Part sixteen – How to save the finished movie – First steps).
How to create a video slideshow with Microsoft Movie Maker,
(Part Seventeen: Converting Your Slide Show To A Movie File).
Internet access and creation of shortcuts.
Internet browsing, setting your default Internet provider and home page
Browsing the Internet, (Accessing the Control Panel),
(Access to the configuration of Internet connections and options), (Making changes to Internet connections and options.
Understanding of the functions of the Internet toolbar (Mozilla Firefox).
Understand the functions of the Internet toolbar (Internet Explorer).
Using the Bookmark application (Internet Explorer).
How to upload a video to YouTube
(Creating a user account).
How to upload a video to YouTube
(Step 1, Start uploading your video and select which video to upload within your
Computer video storage file).
How to upload a video to YouTube
(Step 2, Designation of titles, descriptions, categories, URL and embed codes, share with online networks).
How to upload a video to YouTube
(About upload details, how to find your YouTube videos within your YouTube account).
Using Your Webcam to Upload a Video to YouTube (Part One and Two)
Please note that these instructions vary depending on the webcam used; They are designed to give you an overview of the webcam loading process.

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