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Computer Classes
Posted Date: 5/3/2013
COMPUTER CLASSES

Register Now for Upcoming Classes

Word Basics | June 14th, 3:00pm, Creekside Room 
Word can be useful for writing letters, creating flyers, and authoring poems, essays and stories. Thinking of what to write should be the hardest part. We'll make the rest easy. In this class, we'll start with the basics: creating a new document, adding content, saving and printing. We'll also discuss formatting: adjusting font types, styles, sizes, colors. We'll talk about adding bullet points and columns, adjusting margins and/or orientation, adding page breaks and numbering, footers and headers. If you want to count how many words you've written or you want to double space your lines, you'll know how to do that after this class.

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If the class is full, click here to join the waitlist.
 

 
Using Keynote to Create Beautiful Presentations | June 18th, 7:00pm, Creekside Room 
Keynote is Apple's answer to PowerPoint. In this class, we'll explore the various templates offered in Keynote and walk through the tools you can use to create a beautiful presentation. Creating effective presentations isn't just about the slides, however. We'll cover "best practices" in how to balance the verbal and written (or pictorial) presentation of ideas and information.

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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Intermediate Web Design Using HTML and CSS | June 26th, 7:00pm, Creekside Room 

Do you have a basic grasp of HTML and want to explore the possibilities of cascading style sheets (CSS) and a more style-oriented web design approach? Do you want to have more creative control over the way that your html is rendered? This class offers an intermediate approach to using HTML and CSS for web design. Note, this class is <strong>not</strong> an introductory course and requires a basic understanding of HTML. If you are not sure why those <strong> headers were in the previous sentence of this class description, then you should consider taking an introductory HTML class or familiarizing yourself with introductory web design through online resources, such as w3schools.

Experience required: Basic computer skills, knowledge of Mac OS, using a keyboard and mouse

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Note: It would be beneficial to take all the classes in this series but you can also sign up for individual classes.