The graphics and the operating system–
Most of the differences you will encounter when working through the exercises in this book on a computer running Windows XP center around appearance rather than functionality. For example, the Windows Vista Start button is round rather than rectangular and is not labeled with the word Start; window
In this section, we provide steps for navigating to or through
The instructions given in the “Using the Book’s CD” section are specific to Windows Vista. The only differences when installing, using, uninstalling, and removing the practice files supplied on the companion CD are the default installation location and the uninstall process.
On a computer running Windows Vista, the default installation location of the practice files is Documents\Microsoft Press\SBS_WSSv3. On a computer running Windows XP, the default installation location is My Documents\Microsoft Press\ SBS_WSSv3. If your computer is running Windows XP, whenever an exercise
To uninstall the practice files from a computer running Windows XP:
1. On the Windows taskbar, click the Start button, and then click Control Panel .
2. In Control Panel , click (or in Classic view, double-click) Add or Remove Programs .
3. In the Add or Remove Programs window, click Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Step by Step , and then click Remove .
4. In the Add or Remove Programs message box asking you to confirm the deletion, click Yes .
If you need help installing or uninstalling the practice files,
To start a Microsoft Office application, such as Microsoft Office Word, Microsoft Office Outlook, Microsoft Office Excel, Microsoft Office Access, or Microsoft Office InfoPath, on a computer running Windows XP:
Click the Start button, point to A ll Programs, click Microsoft Office, and then click the application you would like to start .
Folders on the Windows Vista Start menu expand vertically. Folders on the Windows XP Start menu expand horizontally. You will notice this variation between the images shown in this book and your Start menu.
On a computer running Windows XP, some of the dialog boxes you will work with in the exercises not only look different from the graphics shown in this book but also work differently. These dialog boxes are primarily those that act as an interface between Windows Sharepoint Services and the operating system, including any dialog box in which you navigate to a specific location. For example, here are comparisons of the ways to navigate in the Open dialog boxes from Microsoft Office client applications running on Windows Vista and Windows XP.
To navigate to the Chapter 02 Navigating a SharePoint Site folder in Windows Vista:
In the Favorite Links pane, click Documents. Then in the folder content pane, double-click Microsoft Press , SBS_WSSv3 , and double-click Chapter 02 Navigating a SharePoint Site .
To move back to the Chapter 02 Navigating a SharePoint Site folder in Windows Vista:
To navigate to the Chapter 02 Navigating a SharePoint Site folder in Windows XP:
On the Places bar, click My Documents. Then in the folder content pane, double-click Microsoft Press , SBS_WSSv3 , and double-click Chapter 02 Navigating a SharePoint Site .
To move back to the Chapter 02 Navigating a SharePoint Site folder in Windows XP:
On the toolbar, click the U p One Level button.