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Computer Class: Using Picasa to Organize and Share Photos
Date: 8/13/2013 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Cost: Free
Location: Creekside Room
375 Throckmorton Ave
Mill Valley, California 94941
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Tuesday, August 13th, 2013
Mill Valley Public Library
Creekside Room
7 PM (doors open at 6:45)

Using Picasa to Organize and Share Photos | August 13th, 7:00pm 

Would you like your photos to be more organized? Perhaps you're not even sure what photos you have on your computer! In this class, we'll discuss how Picasa, Google's free photo organizing program can help you find, organize and share your photos. We'll walk through the process of downloading and installing the program, then take pictures off of a phone or camera card and put them onto the computer where you can organize them into folders and send them off to friends.

Instructor: Debbie Leight
Debbie Leight is the owner of Computers Made Easy, a Bay Area-based company that offers computer, smartphone and tablet tutoring. Debbie grew up in Silicon Valley and has worked in software for her entire career. She spent more than seven years at Google, where she trained new hires and clients in the use of Excel and conducted classes on how to use Google Apps. She founded Computers Made Easy in 2001 and today works with a wide variety of clients, from grandmothers and grandfathers with their first iPhone or iPad to small business owners who want to use technology to be more productive.

Pre-requisite: To participate in this course, you must have basic computer skills, using a keyboard and mouse, and preferably have experience with Mac OS

Pre-registration required.   

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If you want to use your own computer for this class, please register here

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