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Introduction: Characteristics of Computers, The Evolution of Computers, The Computers

Generations (First Generation (1942-1955),Second Generation (1955-1964), Third

generation (1964-75) , Fourth Generation (1975-1989), Fifth Generation (1989-present).

Basic Computer Organization: Input Unit, Output unit, Storage Unit, Arithmetic Logic

Unit, Control Unit, Central processing Unit, The System Concept.

Number of Systems: Non-positional number Systems, Positional Number Systems

(Binary Number Systems, Octal Number System, Hexadecimal Number System,

Converting One System to another (Converting to Decimal from Another base ,

Converting form Decimal to another Base (Division-Remainder Technique), Converting

form a base other than 10 to base other than 10, Shortcut method for Binary to Octal

Concession, Shortcut method for Octal to Binary. Conversion, Shortcut method for

Binary to Hexadecimal Conversion, Shortcut Method for Hexadecimal to binary

Conversion, Fractional Numbers.

Processor and Memory: The central Processing Unit (CPU) (The Arithmetic Logical

Unit (ALU), Instruction Set, and registers, Processor Speed, types of Processor) The main

memory (storage evalution Criteria, main memory Organization, Main memory Capacity,

RAM, ROM, PROM and EPROM Cache Memory.

Secondary storage Devices: Sequential and direct-Access devices, Magnetic Tape (basic

Principles of Operation, Types of magnetic tapes, Advantages and Limitation of magnetic

tapes, Uses of Magnetic Disks), Optical Disk (Basic Principles of Operation, Types of

Optical Disks, Advantages and Limitations of Optical Disks, Uses of Optical disks, Mass

storage Devices (Disk Array, Automated Tape Library, CD-ROM Jukebox), Storage

Devices Hierarchy.

 Input-Out put Devices: Input Devices (Keyboard Devices, Point and draw Devices,

Digitizer, Electronic Card reader, Voice Recognition Devices, Vision Input (system)

output Devices (Monitors, Printers, projectors, Screen Image, project, Voice response


Computer Languages: Analogy with natural Languages, Language (Advantages and

Limitations of Machine language, Assembly Language (Assembler, Advantage of

Assembly Language over machine language, Limitation of Assembly Language,

Assembly Languages with Micro Industries). High Level Language (compiler, Linker,

Interpreter, Advantages and Limitations of High-Level Languages) Object-Oriented

Programming Languages, Some High-level Languages (Fortran, Cobol, basic, Pascal)

Some More High-Level Languages (C++ and C, Java, RPG LISP, SNOBOL)

Characteristics of a Good Programming Language, Selecting a Language for Coding and

Application, Subprogram. 

Application Software Package: Word-Processing Package (What It Is?, Commonly

Supported Features), Spreadsheets Package (What it Is?) Commonly Supported Features,

graphics Package (what it is? Commonly Supported features); Personal Assistance

Package (What it is?) Commonly Supported Features).

The Internet: definition (What it is?) brief History, Basic Services (Electronic Mail,

Protocol, telnet Usenet, news, The world wide Web) WWW Browser, Uses of the


Classification of Computers: Notebook Computers, Personal Computers (PCs) work

stations, Mainframe Systems, Supercomputers, Clients and Services.


Microsoft Office 2000:- introduction,, Microsoft Word 2000, Microsoft Excel 2000,

Microsoft Access 2000, Microsoft PowerPoint 2000, Microsoft Outlook 2000, Internet

Explorer 5.0, Microsoft FrontPage 2000, Microsoft Publisher 2000, Microsoft Photo

draw 2000, Microsoft Office bar, Using the Mouse (To Click, To double –Click, To

select, To drag, To Scroll, To choose form a menu, To mover a window, to resize a

window, To minimize a window, to restore a minimized Window, To maximize a

window, To switch windows, To close a window, remember ) Microsoft Office 2000 and

Web ((Microsoft Word 2000, Micro Excel 2000, Microsoft access 2000, Microsoft power

point 2000 , Microsoft Outlook 2000, Microsoft FrontPage 2000) common Keyboard


Creating Your Document in Words: Introduction, Saving the file, formatting the text

Alignment of text, Applying Fonts, Spell checking, Consulting thesaurus, Assign

Character Styles (Assign a Character Style (Assign a Character Style, Create a character

style) borders and shading (apply Borders and Shading) Closing of the file, Save as

(From file menus, from open, Icon) printing your document.

Proofing Your Document in Word 2000: Introduction, Editing Tools, Auto correct (Add

Auto correct Entries Without formatting, Add new auto correct entries with formatting,

Auto Text (Creating an auto text entry, Auto complete option) auto format (auto format

as you type auto format on command, autofomatting text) Find and replace, find replace

text Page Numbering, header and footer (Adding a header or footer in our document)

Footnotes and endnotes (Add a footnote or endnote

Creating a Worksheet in Excel 2000: Introduction, Copying, and Formula.

Advanced techniques of Excel 2000: Auditing a workbook (to trace the precedents for a

formula), Comment inserting (To insert a comment) Formulas that decisions (How the If

function works) Header and footers, Merging workbooks (to merge workbooks) Outlines

a worksheet automatically, clear entire Outline, Show or hide outline symbols, group 

rows of columns in an outline ungroup rows, remove group from Outline, Set outline

options), printing column and Row Labels on Every page protecting a Workbook ( To

unlock cells so that others can edit the cell contents, to protect a workbook to share a

workbook) ranges, Naming (To name a range) references (Absolute references, Mixed

references) Seeking Goals (To seek a goal) sheets Naming (To name a sheet) Working

with Workbooks (Copying Entries between Workbooks, Moving Sheets between

workbooks deleting sheets).

Creating presentation Using auto content wizard , creating new presentation,

Introduction, Changing views.