Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Computer Mouse Skills “I really.

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Slide 1 Slide 2 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Computer Mouse Skills I really need to learn the functions of a mouse. This Module will really help! Slide 3 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Computer Mouse Skills Overview of Computer Mouse Skills Module Learners, with little or no prior experience with using a mouse, will gain foundational knowledge and skills to operate a computer mouse effectively. Slide 4 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Mouse Skills Key Objectives Key Objectives Point & Click Learners will learn and demonstrate the basic mechanics of Point & Click selection. Drag & Drop Learners will develop and demonstrate Drag & Drop skills. Scrolling Learners will demonstrate competence in scrolling. Slide 5 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Mouse Skills Key Terms Key Terms Point Click Left Click Right Click Drag n Drop Scrolling Scroll Bar Scroll Wheel Slide 6 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Mouse Skills Basic Parts of Mouse Slide 7 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Mouse Skills - Mouse Grips Right Hand User Left Hand User Slide 8 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Mouse Skills - Move the Cursor Move the Cursor Keep your finger on the left mouse button, but dont press down on it. Move the mouse around the desk. Slide 9 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Mouse Skills Right Click Clicking or Selecting To click on something, move the mouse until it is over the area you wish to select. Click ONCE. Slide 10 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Slide 11 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Slide 12 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Right Click This is the menu that appears in Desktop. Slide 13 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Mouse Skills - Left Click Slide 14 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Mouse Skills - Drop and Drag Drag Put the cursor over the object you wish to move. Hold the left button down, then move the mouse where you want to move it. Release the button. The object should be moved to the new location. Slide 15 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Mouse Skills - Scrolling Scrolling Scroll wheel and the Windows scroll bars allow the learner to view information that is out of the current screens view. A Point & Click and Hold review may be necessary here, in order to cover the complete scroll process. Slide 16 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Mouse Skills - Scroll Wheel or Scroll Bar Scroll Wheel or Scroll Bar Slide 17 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Slide 18 Challenge! The next part of this module will help you determine if you have mastered computer mouse skills. You will be given the opportunity to review the information if needed. That wasnt too hard! Lets see if I can remember some of that! Slide 19 Mouse Monitor Keyboard A ___________ is a pointing device used to move a pointer on the screen and to make selections. Slide 20 Mouse Monitor Keyboard A ___________ is a pointing device used to move a pointer on the screen and to make selections. That is correct! Please click the next button to go to the next questions! Slide 21 Mouse Monitor Keyboard A ___________ is a pointing device used to move a pointer on the screen and to make selections. Most computers and computer programs depend on the mouse. Most mouse have a scroll wheel and right and left click buttons located on the body of the mouse. Please Click the Next Button to continue the assessment or the Home button to review Computer Mouse Skills Slide 22 Mouse Monitor Keyboard There are two shift keys on the computer keyboard. By pressing the sift key at the same time as a letter key, the case displayed will be upper case. The correct answer is Mouse. Most computers and computer programs depend on the mouse. Most mouse have a scroll wheel and right and left click buttons located on the body of the mouse. Please Click the Next Button to continue the assessment or the Home button to review Computer Mouse Skills Slide 23 When you are instructed to point and click, it means to: Use the mouse to move the pointer around the screen. Use the mouse to move the pointer around the screen and then click the mouse button once or twice to select the object Double-click the mouse Slide 24 When you are instructed to point and click, it means to: That is correct! Please click the next button to go to the next questions! Please Click the Next Button to continue the assessment or the Home button to review Computer Mouse Skills Use the mouse to move the pointer around the screen. Use the mouse to move the pointer around the screen and then click the mouse button once or twice to select the object Double-click the mouse Slide 25 When you are instructed to point and click, it means to: That is incorrect! Moving around your computer is based on the point and click philosophy. You move your mouse to a point where you want something to happen, then you click to make that event take place. Pointing to an item on the screen means that you will move the mouse so the pointer appears to be touching the item. When you point to an item a small box will appear. Please Click the Next Button to continue the assessment or the Home button to review Computer Mouse Skills Use the mouse to move the pointer around the screen. Use the mouse to move the pointer around the screen and then click the mouse button once or twice to select the object Double-click the mouse Slide 26 When you are instructed to point and click, it means to: The correct answer is Use the mouse to move the pointer around the screen and then click the mouse button once or twice to select the object. Please Click the Next Button to continue the assessment or the Home button to review Computer Mouse Skills Use the mouse to move the pointer around the screen. Use the mouse to move the pointer around the screen and then click the mouse button once or twice to select the object Double-click the mouse Slide 27 What are the parts of a mouse? Right click button, Left click button Body, Right click button, Left click button, Scroll wheel Right click button, Left click button, Scroll wheel Slide 28 What are the parts of a mouse? That is correct! Please click the next button to go to the next questions! Please Click the Next Button to continue the assessment or the Home button to review Computer Mouse Skills Right click button, Left click button Body, Right click button, Left click button, Scroll wheel Right click button, Left click button, Scroll wheel Slide 29 What are the parts of a mouse? That is incorrect! Right click button, Left click button Body, Right click button, Left click button, Scroll wheel Right click button, Left click button, Scroll wheel Please Click the Next Button to continue the assessment or the Home button to review Computer Mouse Skills Slide 30 What are the parts of a mouse? The correct answer is: Body, Right click button, Left click button, Scroll wheel Please Click the Next Button to continue the assessment or the Home button to review Computer Mouse Skills Right click button, Left click button Body, Right click button, Left click button, Scroll wheel Right click button, Left click button, Scroll wheel Slide 31 How do you get this menu to appear? Click on the Start menu button Click on the left mouse button Click on the right mouse button Slide 32 How do you get this menu to appear? That is incorrect! Right clicking the mouse will give you a menu. The menu will differ depending on the program you are using. This is the menu that appears in PowerPoint. Please Click the Next Button to continue the assessment or the Home button to review Computer Mouse Skills Click on the Start menu button Click on the left mouse button Click on the right mouse button Slide 33 How do you get this menu to appear? That is incorrect! Please Click the Next Button to continue the assessment or the Home button to review Computer Mouse Skills Click on the Start menu button Click on the left mouse button Click on the right mouse button Slide 34 How do you get this menu to appear? That is correct! Please click the next button to go to the next questions! Please Click the Next Button to continue the assessment or the Home button to review Computer Mouse Skills Click on the Start menu button Click on the left mouse button Click on the right mouse button Slide 35 Pressing down on the left-mouse twice in rapid succession produces a double-click? True False Im not Sure Slide 36 Pressing down on the left-mouse twice in rapid succession produces a double-click? That is incorrect! In order to click an item press and release the left mouse button Please Click the Next Button to continue the assessment or the Home button to review Computer Mouse Skills True False Im not Sure Slide 37 Pressing down on the left-mouse twice in rapid succession produces a double-click? That is correct! ! Please click the next button to go to the next questions! Please Click the Next Button to continue the assessment or the Home button to review Computer Mouse Skills True False Im not Sure Slide 38 Pressing down on the left-mouse twice in rapid succession produces a double-click? That is incorrect! Please Click the Next Button to continue the assessment or the Home button to review Computer Mouse Skills True False Im not Sure Slide 39 CONGRATULATIONS YOUVE COMPLETED YOUR ASSESSMENT! Slide 40 Online Calculator Basic Word Processing Skills Computer Keyboard Skills Computer Mouse Skills Basic Computer Terminology Mouse Skills - Tutorial http://www.mouseprogram.com/practice.html http://www.gcflearnfree.org/mousetutorial?search=mou http://www.pbclibrary.org/mousing/intro.htm http://www.seniornet.org/howto/mouseexercises/mousepractice.html