CS 2.0 Beginners
[ ] Start the computer and log on.
[ ] Run a program / Open a window
[ ] Perform all routine window operations (move, resize, max, un-max, min, restore, close)
[ ] (optional) Personalize the desktop (Background Picture, Screen Saver)
[ ] Properly Shut down the computer
CS 6.0 Formatting Text
[ ] Open the Word Processor
[ ] Type Text in a paragraph – instructor may need to supply text if client cannot use WP yet
[ ] Align Right
[ ] Align Center
[ ] Align Left
[ ] Bold
[ ] Italicize
[ ] Underline
[ ] Change Font (name)
[ ] Change Font Size
CS 11.0 Multiple Windows
[ ] Open a window
[ ] Resize the window height and width (individually and then simultaneously)
[ ] Minimize and Restore the window
[ ] Maximize and Un Maximize the window
[ ] Open two more windows
[ ] Upon command, switch to specified window using the task bar and mouse
[ ] Upon command, switch to specified window using the tab key
[ ] Upon command, switch to specified window using the desktop and mouse
CS 10.0 Files
1. [ ] Explain what a file is
2. [ ] Explain what saving and opening files is for in the work environment
3. [ ] Save a file
4. [ ] Open a file
5. [ ] Browse to a specified file via a file tree, and open it
6. [ ] Move files between folders
7. [ ] Copy files
8. [ ] Cut files
9. [ ] Paste files
10. [ ] Delete files
11. [ ] Undelete files
CS 4.0 Working Spreadsheets
1. [ ]Start the spreadsheet program
2. [ ]Identify a cell by its column-row designation
3. [ ]Use the spreadsheet for documentation purposes, such as to create a telephone list. This includes:
a. [ ]Entering words or phrases into cells
b. [ ]Merging the cells of a title line so that they cover the top of the list nicely
c. [ ]Editing a cell’s contents by using the formula box, pressing F2, or double clicking. Formatting the cell’s contents (Bold, Italics, colors, and so forth)
d. [ ]Sorting the words in the columns in various useful ways, such as by name, department, or zip code.
4. [ ] Use the spreadsheet to construct a cash flow or budget.
a) [ ]Income and expenses are listed by week down the left side of the sheet,
b) [ ]Months are columns across the top of the sheet.
c) [ ]Formulae are used to calculate the tithe(10% of income) and offering (5% of income amounts.
d) [ ]Totals update themselves without retyping when any related number is changed: example, changing the income automatically changes the total income, which changes the tithe and offering, which changes the total expenses, which changes the net income.
e) [ ]From this sheet identify how much money can be spent each week without affecting the budgeted amount (net income divided by number of weeks).
5. [ ]Use the Spreadsheet to make a sales chart using a sheet for each region and a sheet to summarize all regions. Include a pie chart of the sales, showing each region in the pie chart.
a. [ ]Entering formulas into individual cells by typing and/or clicking.
b. [ ]Fixing the references in formulas so that they do not change as the formula is copied to sequential rows
c. Place the chart appropriately next to the summary numbers
6. [ ]Save the spreadsheet to disk and diskette in different file formats, such as OpenOffice 1.0 format or Microsoft Excel 95 format, and understand why the file format matters.
7. [ ]Close the program.
CS 3.0 Word Processing
1. [ ] Start the word processing program
2. [ ] Use the word processing document for documentation purposes, such as to create a department telephone list. This includes:
a) [ ] Typing readable paragraphs in good form
b) [ ] Using and setting Tabs and margins, and all formatting options discussed in the [ ] Spreadsheet module as applies to a word processing document
c) [ ] Using Headings and Footers, including using fields for page number and total page count
d) [ ] Insert a table
e) [ ] Insert a picture
3. [ ] Save the document to disk and diskette in different file formats, such as OpenOffice 1.0 format or Microsoft Word 95 format, and
4. [ ] Understand why the file format matters.
5. [ ] If a printer is available, print the document
6. [ ] Close the program.
CS 14.0 Presentations Certification Test
1. Open the presentation software program
2. Start a new presentation
3. Include the following slides, each with a title, picture, and bullet points. You may use any picture, any bullet points.
SLIDE 1: My test
SLIDE 2: I learned New Things
SLIDE 3: Now I am a Pro
SLIDE 4: Yeah, Me!
4. Choose an animation scheme that is reasonable for the computer you are using
5. Run the show
6. Save the show as a Microsoft Power Point 97/200/XP file type.
7. Exit the presentation software program.
CS 5.0 Web Mail and E-Mail
1. [ ] Log in
2. [ ] Read a message
3. [ ] Write and send a message
4. [ ] Reply to a message
5. [ ] Reply All to a message
6. [ ] Delete a message
CS 7.0 Internet and Job Search
1. [ ] Start Browser (Google Chrome, FireFox, Opera, Safari, or Internet Explorer)
2. [ ] Browse to http://alt-fw.org
3. [ ] Browse to Google.com
4. [ ] Enter a search in the box on google.com (Instructor choose a topic of relevance to applicant)
5. [ ] Read (click links to read) some of the search results
6. [ ] Browse to the Fort Wayne Newspapers site
7. [ ] Go to the Jobs page
8. [ ] Search for all jobs in Fort Wayne Indiana
9. [ ] Display one job posting
10. [ ] If a printer is available, print the job posting
11. [ ] Repeat for http://IndianaCareerConnect.com and http://careerbuilder.com
12. [ ] If applicant has an account already set up on a job board, have them log in, otherwise skip – creating an account is beyond the scope of this evaluation and should be handled in class.
13. [ ] Close the browser