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Using the Start Menu

The Start menu is the starting place for many Windows tasks. You can open the Start menu at any time, from within any program, with one mouse click. From the Start menu, you can start programs, open recently used documents, customize the look and feel of Windows, find files and folders, get Help, and shut down your computer.

Starting a Program

To start a program from the Start menu, click Start. Point to Programs. The Program menu then is displayed to the right. Point to the program you want to start, as shown in Figure 3.7, and click. You can keep any of these menus open by clicking once on the menu. If you do not click, the menu closes when the pointer moves away.


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