A host of Lewiston Adult Education classes for the new semester will help students become more familiar with working on computers and running programs.
People who would like to learn how to operate a computer and use word processing, databases, spreadsheets and other software packages should check out Computer Literacy. The beginner’s course helps students gain confidence at tasks including writing a document on a computer or finding a file.
Excel I will show students how to use the computer program to create charts and diagrams, along with managing spreadsheets with accuracy. Office Practice will focus on keyboarding skills and building on Excel skills.
Both Computer Literacy and Excel I are set to start on Jan. 26. Office Practice class will start on Jan. 28.
Later on in the semester, the self-paced Computers for Seniors will assist with email and word processing. It begins on March 24.
Online registration for the Winter-Spring 2016 semester can be done 24 hours a day on our website, www.lewistonadulted.org. You can also call us at (207) 795-4141 for additional information.
by Michael Reagan
on January 13, 2016
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