Excel 2016 Module I
Learn the basics of Excel. Topics include worksheet layout, entering and editing data, moving or copying a range, inserting and transposing rows and columns, merging cells, and more. Handout included.
Tuesday — 4/21 (6-8:30 pm) Register
Excel 2016 Module II
Learn to navigate a workbook using range names, format Excel ranges, build formulas and functions. Explore the use of the Ribbon and charts. Handout included.
Tuesday — 4/28 (6-8:30 pm) Register
Excel 2016 Module III
Continue with the series as you learn to manipulate Excel worksheets and create and format new workbooks. Learn to create relative and absolute formulas, copy formulas, insert functions and more. Handout included.
Excel 2016 Module IV
Learn more advanced Excel functions. Analyze data with scenarios. Get to know table features and create a PivotTable. Examine chart elements and learn to format Excel charts, track workbook changes and more! Handout included.
MS Word 2016 Module I
Review topics general in creating MS Word documents. Learn to open and close documents and files, understand the ribbon and icon tabs, select and highlight text for edit, cut, copy, paste and change font face and size, as well as adding font enhancements and saving files. Handout included.
Thursday — 4/23 (6-8:30 pm) Register
MS Word 2016 Module II
Learn to utilize the keyboard for Word functions. Edit and delete text, create backgrounds and document styles. Also learn to wrap text, use the format painter and the font dialog, change spacing, set alignments, use indents and tabs, add bullets, numbering, and more! Handout included.
Thursday — 4/30 (6-8:30 pm) Register
MS Word 2016 Module III
Continue with Beginning MS Word and learn to insert a picture from a file, add Wordart, draw shapes, insert screenshots, move or delete pictures, and add borders. Find and replace text, set paste and spelling options, insert symbols or numbers, download and install images into documents, and more! Handout included.
MS Word 2016 Module IV
Convert Excel charts and graphs into MS Word, using backstage views, formatting text as columns, adding headers and footers, arranging windows, customizing the ribbon and the Quick Access Toolbar. Use the Office Clipboard and the selection, and navigation panes. Learn formatting marks, how to insert tables, and more! Handout included.
Get the most out of the latest Windows offering, this class is for you! You’ll learn how to customize Windows 10 to suit the way you work best. Troubleshoot and repair common issues, and optimize system performance to take advantage of everything the operating system has to offer.
Monday — 4/20-5/11 (10 am-12:30 pm) Register
Tuition: $79 / Textbook Fee: $21
One-on-One Computer Tutoring
Do you need a little extra help navigating your computer or handheld technology? Work with our experts and become proficient in utilizing your device. We’ll help answer your questions related to your technology.
NEW Protecting your Computers from Viruses/Malware
Nearly every one has experienced an Internet virus, but still neglects to take adequate steps to protect our computers, our data, and our privacy from hackers and others. Learn what the most common internet dangers are and how to reduce your vulnerability to online spam, spyware, and viruses, as well as what steps to take to protect your computer against all malware. You will begin to pay more attention to monitoring your computer usage and downloads and how to detect, identify, and clean an infection, and much more! Handout included.
Thursday — 4/2-4/9 (6-8:30 pm) Register
NEW Computer Essentials – Parts You Should Know
When you’re not comfortable with a computer, you need to start with the essentials – the parts of your computer. Understanding computer parts can give you a better idea about what goes on inside a computer and how it operates. Having this knowledge will allow you to make better decisions when working on a desktop/laptop computer. In this class, you will learn basic hardware terminology and the functions of the motherboard, CPU (processor), RAM, firmware, power supply, removable media devices, internal storage, the hard disk drive, and more! Handout included.
Monday — 4/20-4/27 (6-8:30 pm) Register
Get to know your iPhone better and keep critical information safe and secure. Learn how to customize your settings, use programs like FaceTime and Siri, set reminders, surf the internet, share photos and videos with friends, use map features, and more.
Monday/Wednesday — 3/30-4/1 (10 am-12:30 pm) Register
iPhone Fundamentals – Part 2
Prerequisite: iPhone Fundamentals or prior experience.
Want to learn more about the core features of your iPhone and how to be more efficient? This workshop will take your knowledge to the next level!
Android Smartphone Fundamentals
Are you new to smartphone technology? Apps can help you simplify your life and help you stay connected with others. Learn to text, take and share photos, customize your device, download apps, and more in this hands-on workshop.
Wednesday — 4/22-4/29 (6-8:30pm) Register
Android Smartphone Fundamentals-Part 2 (Prerequisite: Android Workshop or prior experience).
Learn more about the core features of your Android phone and how to network and communicate more effectively.