Classes are taught using Microsoft Office 2010 Software & Windows 7 Operating System
Technology Basic Skills - Participants will learn the basic skills needed to work with a computer. Activities include introductory skills such as using a mouse, file management, and understanding parts of the desktop.
MS Word 2010, Part 1 – Participants will learn the basics of Microsoft Word. Activities include document creation, page layout, and basic page design. Instruction will cover basic word processing concepts.
MS Excel 2010, Part 1 – Participants will explore the world of spreadsheets to create simple budgets and other types of ledger sheets. Activities include creating and editing worksheets and formulas. Preparation of worksheets for publication will be discussed.
MS Word 2010, Part 2 – Participants will learn to format documents through a variety of ways. Activities include Mail Merge, creating charts, tables and drawings. Participants will learn to combine formatting techniques to achieve the look of a professional desktop publishing work. Word Part 1 is recommended.
MS PowerPoint 2010 – Participants will learn to create on-screen color presentations, speaker’s notes and audience handouts. Activities will include changing fonts, adding graphics and selecting a unique look for presentations. Concepts of good design will be included.
MS Excel 2010, Part 2 – Participants will learn techniques of managing multiple or large workbooks. Activities include linking worksheets, using advanced formatting, and modifying page settings. Excel Part 1 is recommended.
MS Access 2010, Part 1 – Participants will explore the basics of database management. Activities will include adding, deleting, sorting, and finding records. Participants will learn to create their own databases, construct simple queries, and create basic forms and reports.
MS Access 2010, Part 2 – Participants will investigate modifying a database structure, creating multiple table queries, developing forms and creating reports. This class has been designed to meet the needs of current Access users. Access Part 1 is required.
Google Docs and Forms - Participants will explore, learn to create, edit online text documents and collaborate with other people in real time through Google Docs. Also, one will learn a useful tool to help him or her plan events, send a survey, or collect other information in an easy, streamlined way through a Google form. Basic knowledge of MS Word 1 and Excel 1 is required.
Web 2.0: Photos & Publishing - Participants will learn how to edit digital photos and scan hard copies by using the windows operating system and free online tools. One will be able to leave with a personal product CD or DVD.
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