In this friendly, introductory course, participants will learn the basics of using Microsoft Word, the most common word processor, in a welcoming and supportive environment. Creating a document, composing the document, saving, and sharing the file will all be covered.
Participants are asked to bring a computer with Microsoft Word installed if they plan on following along (however, you do not need to use a computer to participate). The library has a limited number of computers with Word available; please email us if you will need a computer provided.
This event is limited to fifteen participants, and registration is required. Register here. Please note: This event requires at least three attendees to run. If fewer than three participants have registered within 48 hours of the event, it will be postponed and participants will be notified via email. Registration opens 30 days before the start of the event.
A Digital Literacy Afternoon Workshop Series program. In these friendly, introductory courses, participants will learn the basics of various digital tools in a welcoming and supportive environment, geared towards seniors or other newcomers to the devices, programs, or issues in question.
2/8 (rescheduled from January) – Troubleshooting at Home
2/15 – Introduction to Microsoft Word
3/22 – Managing Your Passwords
4/19 – Introduction to Google Docs and Google Drive
5/24 – Scam-Proof Your Life
6/14 – Accessibility Tools & You