Reserve your spot by contacting the Main Library Public Computer Center at (574) 294-2847.
What do you want to learn? Saving files? Cut and paste? Email attachments? Library resources? eBooks? Something else? Bring your questions, along with your laptop, tablet, smartphone, or eReader, for 30 minutes of individual training just for you! No mobile device? No problem; we will use a Library computer. Start your list of questions now!
Do you have a tablet or an eReader and need some pointers on using it? We can help! Bring your tablet and your questions for a 30-minute individual session. We will work with you to help you better understand your device and how to use it for accessing eBooks and other Library resources.
Tuesday, January 5 • 9:30-11:30 am
Tuesday, February 9 • 9:30-11:30 am
Learn how to open and read email, compose new messages, reply to and forward messages, open and add attachments, delete unwanted email, and navigate mailbox folders.
You must have an active email account and know the password to register for this class. If you do not have an email account, come 30 minutes before class is scheduled so someone can assist you with setting one up.
Monday, January 25 • 6:30-7:45 pm
BASIC MICROSOFT POWER POINT 2010
Learn how to create a basic PowerPoint presentation. We will cover slide layouts, adding content, working with text boxes, transitions, viewing your slide show, and more! You must know how to use a mouse to register for this class.
Basic Microsoft Power Point 2010
Monday, February 8 • 6:30-7:45
BASIC MICROSOFT EXCEL 2010
Learn to work with spreadsheets and worksheets; rows, columns, and cells; change the style, size, and color of fonts; justify text; cut, copy, and paste; format numbers as percentages, currency, etc.; and sort data. You must know how to use a mouse to register for this class.
Basic Microsoft Excel 2010
Monday, February 22 • 6:30-7:45
INTERMEDIATE MICROSOFT EXCEL 2010
When you have completed Basic Microsoft Excel 2010, sign up for this class to learn about charts and worksheet references; COUNT(), MIN(), MAX() and AVERAGE() aggregate functions; importing/exporting delimited files, etc.
Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2010
Monday, February 29 • 6:30-7:45
Registration is required for all computer classes.
Sign up by contacting the Main Library Public Computer Center at (574) 294-2847.