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 Learn While Playing - Four Tips & Tricks for Windows
 Windows 98, 98SE, ME, NT, 2000 and Windows XP Home and Professional

Have fun with your desktop and arrange it the way you like by using any of the various ways for moving desktop icons around. If you want to position your icons in a specific arrangement make sure you have "auto-arrange" turned off (Right-click your desktop, choose "Arrange icons by" and uncheck "auto-arrange" if it is checked).
You can drag icons on your desktop to a new location on your desktop by holding down the left-mouse button while dragging it. When you have it where you want it, let go of your mouse button. The icon will be in the spot you want it!

You can also right-click an icon on your desktop, and chose cut (or press your control key + the "X" key) and position your cursor in the location where you want to move the icon and right-click and choose "Paste" (or press your control key + the "V" key).

Customize your desktop anyway you like and organize your favorite desktop icons in any pattern you like. Sometimes you can learn a lot just by playing around on a rainy day :)
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Ever notice the tiny little icon in the far left hand corner of many of your Windows programs' title bars? It's there for more than just appearance. Left-click on the icon to access commands that resize the application's window. Right-click on it to reveal a number of other settings unique to that particular program. For example, right-clicking on the My Computer title bar icon gives you several options. Experiment with your favorite applications to reveal what secrets that little icon has in store for you.

When ToggleKeys is turned on, your computer will make a high or low tone beep when you press any of the NumLock, CapsLock, or ScrollLock keys. Instead of turning this feature on in the Accessibility Options, you can simply hold down the NumLock button for five seconds. See? It's much quicker than groveling around in Accessibility options, isn't it? You will hear a beep to let you know it's on and you will see a dialog window appear as well. To turn it off, just hold down the NumLock for five seconds again.

When you find a section of Windows Help that you may want to refer to again later, you can click "Add to Favorites" and you'll be able to return to it quickly in the future. The next time you need to refer to it, just open Windows Help again, and click the Favorites icon at the top of the window.

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