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Jun03
Basic Computing I
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Main Library, meeting room (3)
Audience: Adults, Seniors
Basic Computing I is designed for computer novices—participants will learn the parts of a computer, how to operate the mouse and keyboard, and gain confidence by practicing basic computer skills. Registration required: Call 871-1700 x708 to sign up.
Jun10
Basic Computing II
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Main Library, meeting room (3)
Audience: Adults, Seniors
This class is for people who know the most basic computer skills (operating a mouse, using a keyboard), but would like to learn how to format word documents and access Internet websites. Registration is required: Call 871-1700 x708 to sign up.
Jun17
Basic Computing I
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Main Library, meeting room (3)
Audience: Adults, Seniors
Basic Computing I is designed for computer novices—participants will learn the parts of a computer, how to operate the mouse and keyboard, and gain confidence by practicing basic computer skills. Registration required: Call 871-1700 x708 to sign up.
Jun24
Basic Computing II
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Main Library, meeting room (3)
Audience: Adults, Seniors
This class is for people who know the most basic computer skills (operating a mouse, using a keyboard), but would like to learn how to format word documents and access Internet websites. Registration is required: Call 871-1700 x708 to sign up.
Jul01
Basic Computing I
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Main Library, meeting room (3)
Audience: Adults, Seniors
Basic Computing I is designed for computer novices—participants will learn the parts of a computer, how to operate the mouse and keyboard, and gain confidence by practicing basic computer skills. Registration required: Call 871-1700 x708 to sign up.
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