Sometimes the worst thing that can happen to you is when your best friend changes her phone number. You have to remember to change it on your iPhone, your computer, maybe even your iPad. Or you schedule a lunch date and you have to update your calendar on all your digital devices. No more.
iPad is a marvelous product that provides the best way to experience the web, email, and pictures. And on top of all that, it’s a fantastic book reader, outstanding video player, and there are more than 650,000 apps (including more than 225,000 just for the iPad) available for it.
iWork is Apple’s easy-to-use suite of productivity applications akin to Microsoft Office. iWork consists of a word processor/page layout program (Pages), a spreadsheet (Numbers), and a presentation package (Keynote). You can share documents between your Mac, your iPad, and iPhone or iPod Touch, and on any web browser through iCloud. They can also open and save documents compatible with Microsoft Office. We’ll look at all three apps and their features.
Are you frustrated with using the “hunt and peck” method to type on your computer? Need to improve your employment skills? In this self-paced computerized course, students will learn alphabetic and numeric keyboarding by touch. Lessons extend from beginning to proficient levels. Students receive a certificate verifying w.p.m. typing speed and accuracy upon completion.
Are you keyboarding at a proficient level but want to increase your speed and accuracy? This course is for the student who has a knowledge of the alphabetic and numerical keyboard at 40 w.p.m. or have taken the Beginning Keyboarding class but want additional practice hours. Students receive a certificate verifying w.p.m. typing speed and accuracy upon completion.
Getting back into the workforce and need computer skills? Strengthen your job performance and/or employability by learning Windows 7. This course is for both novice computer users as well as those who already have some basic computer experience but need to learn the following skills before progressing to a more advanced class.
This hands-on class is designed as an introduction to Spreadsheets with an emphasis on applying book skills to realistic office/school examples. Skills covered in this course include editing, viewing, and printing worksheets, working with formulas and functions, formatting cells, changing the appearance of worksheets, charting basic and working with large worksheets.
Explore Office 2010 Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. Through instruction and hands-on practice, this course provides an overview of the powerful software tools in the Office 2010 Suite. Students gain practical knowledge to navigate the Office environment and utilize these tools at work or home. This course prepares students to move on to more advanced MS Office courses to further enrich their knowledge.