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Introduction to Computer :-- Definition of computer, Benefits of computer

Parts of Computer :-- Hardware, Software

Types of Keyboard :-- What is Keyboard, Number of Keys in Normal Keyboard, Introduction to Keyboard Keys, Backspace, Enter, Delete, Home, End, Page Up, Page Down, Caps Lock, Shift, Tab, Ctrl

F1 to F12 Function Keys

Keyboard Processor

Types of Monitor

Types of Mouse :-- Mechanical Mouse, Optical Mouse

Introduction to Operating System :-- CUI, GUI

Introduction DOS :-- MS DOS Internal Commands, How to Use Commands

CLS, DATE, TIME, DIR, TYPE, DEL, COPY, MOVE, RENAME, MD, CD, RD

Introduction to Windows XP :-- DESKTOP, Taskbar 

Icon : My Computer, Recycle Bin, Internet Explorer, How to Create ICON, How to Create Shortcuts

Word Pad :-- Introduction to Word pad, Components of Word pad

File Menu :-- New, Open, Save, Save As, Print

Edit Menu :-- Cut, Copy, Paste

View Menu :-- How to Show and Hide Toolbar, Format Bar, Ruler Bar

Insert Menu :-- How to insert Date and Time to Your File

Format Menu :-- Change the Font Size and Bullet Styles

Introduction to programming concept :-- Types of programming language, Low level language, High level language, Types of language processor, Header file

Introduction to HTML :-- Introduction to html, HTML element and tags, Evolution of HTML, Creating HTML document, Body element, Block formatting element, Heading element, Marquee element, Paragraph element, List element, Anchor element, Graphics element, Table element, Form element, Frame element 

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