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Installing and Configuring Office Applications
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2. Select the Create A Restore Point option, and click Next. 3. Type a description for the restore point (something like about to install new video driver ) and click Create. 4. Click Close to exit System Restore.
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Reverting to a Restore Point To have a computer revert to a previous restore point by using System Restore, follow these steps: 1. On the Start menu, point to All Programs, then to Accessories, and then to System Tools, and select System Restore. 2. Select the Restore My Computer To An Earlier Time option, and click Next. 3. Use the calendar to select the day that contains the restore point to which you want to revert. Days in bold text contain restore points. After you have selected the day, select the specific restore point on the list to the right. Click Next. 4. Confirm that you have selected the desired restore point, and click Next. Windows reverts to the saved settings and restarts. Click OK to exit System Restore.
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Real World Allowing Corporate Users to Install Their Own Programs
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Many companies have local or group policies in place that prevent users from installing their own programs. In these environments, you can expect service calls from end users who are upset about this policy because they want to install the latest holiday screen saver, greeting card software, or music file sharing download application. Let the users know that these policies are in place for many reasons, but emphasize that letting them install any program they want can be quite dan gerous for the company, the computer, and for the users data. (Many programs such as these are also detrimental to a user s productivity.) If a user does have the appropriate permissions to install a program, make sure he or she is aware of the preinstallation tasks detailed in this section, that he or she creates a system restore point prior to installation, and that his or her data is backed up.
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Practice: Prepare for an Office 2003 Installation
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In this practice, you will check system requirements for an installation, create a restore point, and configure program compatibility.
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Lesson 1
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Preparing for an Office Installation
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Exercise 1: Check System Requirements
1. Log on to Windows XP. 2. On the Start menu, select Run. In the Run dialog box, in the Open text box, type msinfo32, and press ENTER. 3. In the System Information window, note the following information from the Sys tem Summary:
Operating system Processor Total physical memory
4. Expand the Components node in the left-hand pane, and then select Display. Copy the following information from the right-hand pane:
Video card name Adapter RAM Current resolution and bits/pixel settings
5. Close the System Information window. 6. On the Start menu, select My Computer. 7. In the My Computer window, right-click Local Drive (C:), and select Properties. 8. In the Local Disk (C:) Properties dialog box, on the General tab, note the free space on drive C.
Exercise 2: Create a Restore Point
1. Log on to Windows XP. 2. On the Start menu, point to All Programs, then to Accessories, and then to System Tools, and select System Restore. 3. Select the Create A Restore Point option, and click Next. 4. Type a description for the restore point (something like about to install new video driver ), and click Create. 5. Click Close to exit System Restore.
Lesson Review
The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. If you are unable to answer a question, review the lesson materials and try the question again. You can find answers to the questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter.
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Installing and Configuring Office Applications
1. A user wants you to install Office Professional Edition 2003 on his computer. He uses Windows XP Home Edition and has a Pentium III processor, 512 MB of RAM, 40 GB of free hard disk space, and a generic plug-and-play Super VGA monitor capable of 800-x-600 resolution. Which of the following upgrades (if any) will be needed so that the program will run well (thus meeting recommended require ments) (Choose all that apply.) A. Upgrade from Windows XP Home Edition to Windows XP Professional Edition. B. Upgrade to a Pentium 4 or equivalent. C. Add more RAM. D. Partition the hard disk into two 20-GB sections. Office cannot work with large disk drives. E. Install Service Packs 1 and 2. F. Upgrade to a flat-screen monitor or a monitor with resolution that can be configured at 1024 x 768. G. Nothing needs to be upgraded. 2. Which of the following types of software would it be safe to run under Windows XP, using an application compatibility mode A. A game that was written for Windows 95 B. Backup software that was written for Windows 98 C. Disk partitioning software that was written for Windows 2000 D. Antivirus software that was written for Windows 2000
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