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Getting More Out of Microsoft Excel
with Cameron Harris
If you regularly use Excel, but wonder what else you can do with this versatile software application, join us for a look at its other features. Excel has multiple capabilities that will greatly enhance your abilities, all contained within one software package. Students should have completed the Introduction to Excel class or its equivalent. Basic computer skills are required.
Mastering Microsoft Word 2016
with Candy Hamblin
Did you know that Microsoft Word could automate many of the mechanics of documents if you know how to use it correctly? This class will provide students with the fundamentals, how to set up documents, and take advantage of Microsoft Word's formatting and editing tools. The goal of this hands-on, exercise-based class is to help you get your work done quickly and efficiently. In this class, students will cover:
- Formatting text
- Working more efficiently
- Managing lists
- Adding tables
- Inserting graphic objects
- Controlling pages appearance
- Preparing to publish a document
Introduction to Microsoft Excel Day Class
with Sheila McGuire
Microsoft Excel is the most widely used and comprehensive spreadsheet program available. You can quickly, and, easily create business reports and financial spreadsheets with this powerful program. Basic computer skills are required.
Sushi with Chef Steph
with Stephanie Anderson
In this hands-on sushi-making class, you will learn the basic and fundamental skills needed to prepare three different types of incredible sushi rolls in your own kitchen.
Introduction to Microsoft Windows
with Cameron Harris
This class will help you get up to speed on using the Microsoft Windows 10 Operating System. You will learn how to open programs (or apps) and how to navigate in desktop and start mode. This class is for those new to Windows, or those who have used earlier versions of Windows.
QuickBooks Accounting for Home and Small Business
with Mike Williams
QuickBooks is the most popular accounting software for small businesses. QuickBooks is used to create estimates and invoices, receive payments, pay bills and manage payroll and more. This all day class covers the fundamentals of using QuickBooks to track the finances of a small business. You will learn how to set up a new company, manage bank account transactions, maintain customer and vendor information, generate reports, and write and print checks. You will also learn how to create invoices and credit memos, add custom fields, set up budgets, and learn about data backup/protection. Basic computer skills are required.
Internet Safety and Fraud
with Jared Lundholm
Internet fraud is a type of fraud or deception, which makes use of the Internet and could involve hiding of information or providing incorrect information for the purpose of tricking victims out of money, property, and inheritance. Learn best practices in personal privacy and security, including strong passwords, using https, reading privacy policies and to identify predatory behavior and how to respond if you have become a victim.
Conquering the Beast in the Box- Sewing Machine 101
with Pat Hansen
Do you have a sewing machine and don’t quite know what to do with it? Or maybe you haven’t used it in ages and need a refresher? Bring your machine and join us to learn the basics like threading, bobbins, settings, and more. Due to the focus of this class, machines must be newer and in proper working order.