Basic Computer Class - Want to get more comfortable with computers or update your skills? If your answer is yes, then register for our free Basic Computer Classes held at the Huntsville Public Library. Classes will be on Tuesdays in March from 10 – 11 a.m. These classes will feature using the mouse, typing, emailing, and Internet browsing. Class size is limited and registration is required. A library card is needed to participate in the classes. If you don’t have a card, bring your ID! Adults 17 and older can register for classes below or call the IT Reference Desk at 936-291-5485.
Google Docs Class - Tired of losing unsaved work? Do you want to access your documents on any computer? Come explore how Google Drive’s free, web-based word processor can help. Register for the Google Docs classes hosted by the Huntsville Public Library. Classes will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesdays in March. This class will teach how to upload, create, edit, and share documents using Google Docs. Class size is limited and registration is required. It is preferred for individuals signing up to have a Google Gmail account setup prior to class and be familiar with using the Internet, keyboard and mouse. A library card is required to participate in the classes. If you don’t have a card bring your ID! Adults 17 and older can register for classes below or call the IT Reference Desk at 936-291-5485.
March 6 - Using the Mouse
March 13 - Typing
March 20 - Emailing
March 27 - Internet Browsing
March 6 - Overview of Google Drive and Creating a Document
March 13 - Text Basics and Formatting Text
March 20 - Working with Images, Adding Tables, and Inserting Headers and Footers
March 27 - Sharing, Collaborating, Converting, and Printing Documents
April 3 - Create and Save Files
April 10 - Move Files into Folders
April 17 - Delete File Types
April 24 - Download Files and Programs
April 3 - Facebook
April 10 - LinkedIn
April 17 - YouTube
April 24 - Pinterest
Microsoft OfficeMicrosoft Office course includes classes for Word 2010, PowerPoint2010, and Excel 2010. When you sign up for Microsoft Office, you will start with Word 2010 and work your way through Excel 2010. Students that have newer computers and Office 2013 will be given guides similar to the 2010 Guides, so students can practice class material at home.