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On Intermediate Level Taskbar Use

This project is designed to show you how to use the taskbar comfortably when you really do need to move from screen to screen.

We will need the following two documents:

Do the following initial steps. It helps to have a partner.
  • Start up your browser. From your desktop or the Start button on your taskbar.
  • Go to one of the Dear Habermas Main Hub Sites at these URLS:
  • From the Main Page of any of the main hub sites, link to the Thematic Index. Link to the Thematic Index of Prepared?s. Link to the Task Bar Exercise, Intermediate. Check that your Taskbar has a button for the Prepared? as a browser button. Leave the Prepared? exercise on your screen and do the following steps.
    1. Go to your desktop either by clicking on the desktop icon on your taskbar, or by holding down the Windows key in the bottom left corner and typing m, or by going to Programs on your Start menu.
    2. From the desktop or Programs start your browser again. Now you will see a second button on the taskbar with your browser's insignia. Again, link to Prepared? on Intermediate Level Taskbar
    3. Link to the first article we said we would need:
      JAC 1.1 (1980), Cassette Commentary: An Approach to the Teaching of Expository Writing. Alexander Medlicott, Jr.
    4. Look for the start of the article name in the second browser button on your taskbar.
    5. Leave the first article on the screen.
    6. From the desktop or Programs start your browser again. Now you will see a third button on the taskbar with your browser's insignia. Again, link to Prepared? on Intermediate Level Taskbar
    7. Again, link to Prepared? on Intermediate Level Taskbar
    8. Link to the second article we said we would need:
      JAC 1.1 (1980), A Reply to Medlicott: Evaluating Writing. Karen Pelz
    9. Now look carefully at your taskbar. Click the first button and you have the taskbar intermediate excercise on screeen. Click the second button and you have the first article. Click the third button and you have the second article.
    10. Just one step left before you get to work:
    11. From the desktop or Programs start your word processor. Now you will see a fourth button on the taskbar with your word processor's insignia.
    12. Now you can compare the articles just by clicking on a taskbar button to bring up the article you want. You can make notes just by clicking on the word processor taskbar button, and you can go back to check the instructions by clicking on that first taskbar button with the exercise.

    Copyright: Jeanne Curran and Susan R. Takata, June 2000. "Fair Use" encouraged.