November Class Descriptions


Linebaugh Library will offer the following free computer classes. All classes are on a first come, first served basis.  

Basic Computer Skills (2 hours)  
Gain an understanding of the basic parts of a computer---hardware, software, mouse skills, and basic computer terminology.  

Introduction to the Internet/ Email Basics (2 hours)    
Introduction to the Web---setting up an email account, email skill and etiquette, sending & receiving attachments, search engines, & online safety.

Introduction to Microsoft Word-Part 1 (3 hours)  
Introduction to word processing, basic tools of Word 2013---menus, toolbars, working with files and text.

Microsoft Word-Part 2 (3 hours)  
Continuation of Microsoft Word Introduction class.  Review of basic skills and progression to additional advanced skills

Introduction to Microsoft Excel-Part 1 (3 hours)  
Introduction to spreadsheet basics, basic tools of Excel 2013--- menus, toolbars, worksheet modification, formatting cells, formulas & functions.

Microsoft Excel-Part 2 (3 hours)  
Continuation of Microsoft Excel Introduction class.  Review of basic skills and progression to additional advanced skills.

Introduction to Microsoft Publisher (3 hours)  
Introduction to desktop publishing, basic tools of Publisher 2013. Learn how to use the program to create newsletters, flyers, brochures, & other popular items.  

Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint (3 hours)   
Introduction to basic tools of PowerPoint 2013---working with slides, adding content, working with text, color schemes, graphics, slide effects & tips and techniques.

Introduction to 3D Design (3 hours)
A class for beginners to learn the basics of 3D design using Google SketchUp and AutoDesk 123D Design. This class will also covers the basics of 3D printing preparation and is a pre-requisite for patron use of our 3D printers.   

Resume Assistance (3 hours)
This class covers creating a resume and how to use your resume in a job interview.

Open Lab (2 hours)
Have questions about, or problems with your computer/tablet/phone? Get answers.
  
Microsoft Excel-Part 3 (3 hours)
This class is not for beginners but for those who know beginning Excel and are looking
to learn even more skills working with this program.
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Microsoft Excel-Part 4 (3 hours)
This class is not for beginners but for those who wish to continue learning more skills with Excel.

Basic Computer Skills for Seniors (2 hours)
Designed for Seniors who have no, or little computer knowledge. Gain a basic understanding of the parts of a computer plus basic mouse and computer skills.