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This course prepares you for all future computer studies, including: Word, Office and the Internet. This course is taught by experienced computer teachers and covers the fundamentals of computers, introducing the operating system, Windows 7.
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You will learn how to effectively use Microsoft Word to create notes, reports and similar documents.Pre-requisites: Computer Basics and Keyboarding.
Learn functions such as scheduling, tasks, making and responding to appointments, creating folders, and more.Pre-requisites:Computer Basics and Keyboarding.
Prerequisites Computer BasicsFour-session course will cover basic typing skills, from finding home keys in Keyboarding 1 to basic exercises in Keyboarding 2. Learn basic operation of using PC computers; will cover mouse function and the keyboard.
Students will develop skills in MS Word and further explore the use of the Internet.
Enhance your business proposals and presentations. Create overhead transparencies, 35mm slides and color or black and white prints.
Microsoft Word is the most often used program to create letters and other similar documents. You will learn to: enter, edit text, cut, copy, paste and move data; use basic writing tools, such as Auto Text, spell check, Thesaurus and Grammar; set up pages, margins, format, create headers and footers; change fonts and sizes.Prerequisites: Computer Ba
Students will also learn the basics of the Microsoft Windows operating system. Computer Essentials provides the basics of what students need to know to use today’s modern personal computers.
This class is designed for seniors who need to learn the very basics of using a computer.Students will be taught basic keyboarding and word-processing needed for writing emails and simple letters, greeting cards and easy flyers. The basics of the Internet will also be covered with an emphasis on personal finance and health sites.
The course covers beginning and intermediate levels of Excel. Once you master this commonly- used spreadsheet program you will be able to analyze financial information. Learn features of Excel including automating common tasks and auditing workbooks to avoid errors. Prerequisite: Basic keyboarding and computer skills.
Students learn the fundamentals of using Microsoft PowerPoint for presentations. The course introduces students to creating slides, production of professional handouts, importing graphics, and adding animation using audio and video techniques. Students create presentations from scratch. Note: A basic knowledge of computers is recommended.
Students will learn basic keyboarding skills on the personal computer. This course will provide emphasis on speed, accuracy and application of keyboarding skills for state-of-the-art word processing software. Materials: Textbook is required.
This course will cover basic document and spreadsheet creation, internet and email access, and fundamental concepts of hardware and software. Strengthen your keyboard and mouse skills while working in popular business programs, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and Internet Explorer.
Are you curious about Mac computers but not sure where to start? This hour-long session for beginners will cover the fundamentals of Apple's operating system, including navigation, comparisons to Windows, saving documents in Microsoft Office applications, and more.
Topics may include animations, transitions, and presentation tools. Please bring a USB flash drive if you want to save your work to bring home or to a future class. Presented by New York Cares.
PowerPoint 2013 Part 2 provides the student with advanced tools that can help in delivering presentations in nearly any situation, while saving time and effort.
Topics may include navigating Excel, basic formula entry, and copy and paste. Please bring a USB flash drive if you want to save your work to bring home or to a future class. Presented by New York Cares.
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