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The Library Offers Free In-Person Computer Help Classes!

Did you know the library hosts in-person computer help classes on several different topics, with no registration required? Here are a few that we have scheduled over the next few weeks:



iPhone Basics Part 2 – Monday, 10/17 at 10:30am. DeMott Lane Branch.

Already know the basics of your iPhone or iPad and want to do more? Learn how to customize your phone, adjust privacy settings, use your camera, and more. Bring your devices and come with questions!



Intro to Excel – Monday, 11/7 at 10:30am. DeMott Lane Branch.

Learn the basics of this popular software program designed for storing, organizing and manipulating data. This class will discuss the parts of a spreadsheet, including columns, rows and cells. Participants will create a basic spreadsheet during class. You must be able to use a mouse and be familiar with basic computer concepts such as opening, closing, and re-sizing windows before taking this class.



Intro to Word – Wednesday, 11/9 at 6pm. DeMott Lane Branch.

Learn the basics of this popular program. During this class, students will explore how to create and edit a Word document, while becoming familiar with the general tools of the program (based on the 2007 edition of the software). Although this class will cover only the basics, registrants must be able to use a mouse.



Topics in Excel – Monday, 11/21 at 10:30am. DeMott Lane Branch.

Learn more of the basics of this popular software program designed for storing, organizing and manipulating data. Participants will create a basic spreadsheet during class and practice using some more of the tools in this program. Registrants should have already taken Introduction to MS Excel 2013 before taking this class.



These are on-site, in-person programs. Masks are now optional. In-person programming capacity is limited and the Community Room will be set up for proper social distancing. If you have any questions regarding the library’s COVID-19 policies and programming, please call us at 732-873-8700 x 111. 

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