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Northview High School Adult Education Computer Classes

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Basics class will teach how to use the computer. Mouse clicks, making folders, and saving your work will be covered. If you are unsure how to operate a computer, this is the first class for you.

Windows/Internet class will teach how to make shortcuts to your screen, change screen savers, surf the internet, and search the internet.

Word classes will teach how to use word processing software beginning with cut, paste, fonts, margins, tabs, and graphics. The second level Word class will include pulling graphics from the web into your document, tables, and borders. In the third Word class, mail merge and voice recognition will be taught.

PowerPoint classes will teach how to scan pictures as well as use pictures from digital cameras to make a computer slide show, moving through your pictures as slides.

Spreadsheets will be taught using Excel. The first level will be basic typing in a spreadsheet and adding columns. Level 2 Excel will add formatting, graphics, and advanced formulas.

Application Skills class will focus on how to apply on-line. We will discuss how to search for jobs online. Sample resumes and application letters will be evaluated. We will demonstrate how to attach files to your on-line application.

BPA students at Northview High School will teach the classes from 6-8 p.m., Nov. 10, 12, 17 and 19. Classes are $20 each or all four nights for $50. Make checks payable to Northview High School. Questions can be directed to Beth Moody at Northview High School; 448-2661, ext. 1260.

On Tuesday, Nov. 10 -- Word (Level 1), Word (Level 2), Beginning Computer Basics or Excel (Level 1).

On Thursday, Nov. 12 -- Application Skills, Word (Level 1), Excel (Level 1) or Excel (Level 2).

On Tuesday, Nov. 17 -- Application Skills, Excel (Level 1), Word (Level 2) or Word (Level 3).

On Thursday, Nov. 19 -- Windows/Internet (Basic), Excel (Level 2) or PowerPoint.



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