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Do you sometimes feel so out-of-touch in the 21st Century? This course will help get you on the right track! In this class, participants will choose the right track by learning terms, software, hardware, types of computers, e-mail, and even texting.
In this series, students will build on the skills they developed in Computer Skills 101. Students will cover an intermediate level of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint. On the final day of class, students will understand, surf and search the Internet. (Book included)
Do you have an email account to receive those beautiful pictures of your grandbabies? This class will help you sign-up for a free email account and learn how email works by sending emails, receiving emails, forwarding messages, and attaching photos or documents. Surprise your family by sending an email to them after you have completed this course. (For 55+ years old)
This course is an overview of the features and usage of handheld devices including mobile phones, tablets, e-book readers, GPS devices, and mp3 players. Bring your device with you to class or learn from some of the popular brands. (For 55+ years old)
Have you been friended? Have you tweeted lately or do you SKYPE? Social media is a very popular way of keeping in touch, whether it is old friends, high school buddies, family, or old co-workers. The world of social media is taking the Internet by storm. Come learn about these different social medias, how they work, and how to best use them. (For 55+ years old)
Understanding browsers, identifying Internet Service Providers (ISP), using search engines for research, and downloading files are just a few of the topics discussed in this introductory course. Participants need to have a basic understanding of the computer and be able to use the mouse. (For 55+ years old)
In this introductory course participants will find out how computers work and what they can do! The course covers computer components, a look at the Windows operating system, and mouse practice. (For 55+ years old)
In this one day class, participants will build on what they learned in the introduction classes from the Computer Skill 101 Series. Participants will learn to create charts, work with large worksheets and create hyperlinks. Learn about linking cells and formulas, adding graphic to worksheets, using templates and protecting the workbook will also be covered in the course.
In this one day class, participants will build on what they learned in the introduction classes from the Computer Skill 101 Series. Participants will prepare a presentation, learn how to add multimedia, insert tables, print handouts, use themes and slide master.
In this one day class, participants will build on what they learned in the introduction classes from the Computer Skill 101 Series. Participants will work with tables, WordArt, apply themes, styles and use SmartArt.
In this one day class, participants will understand, surf, and search using the Internet Explorer browser. Topics include internet terminology, web addressing search engines, advance searching, and maintenance skills.