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Library offering computer classes

The South Lake Tahoe Branch Library is taking signups for the fall schedule of computer classes. Participants must be experienced in using the computer mouse to attend. People who may not be familiar with the mouse should stop by the library and complete the Mouse Tutorial program. The computer or reference staff will be available to assist.

The schedule is as follows:

— Oct. 11 – Introduction to the Internet. Students will receive an introduction to the Internet with particular attention paid to the World Wide Web, understand how the Internet is structured and how it functions, become familiar with the Internet Explorer browser, learn how to do a simple search and become familiar with some interesting sites.



— Nov. 15 – Set up Your Own Hotmail E-mail Account. Students will learn to set up an e-mail account, find out about the history of e-mail and hear the do’s and dont’s.

— Dec. 13 – Introduction to Microsoft Word. Learn the basics of word processing using Microsoft Word. The class will cover the basic tools of Word and students will practice new skills including selecting modifying text, cutting and pasting and opening and saving a document.




All classes take place from 9 to 11 a.m. and are a one-time – two-hour class. All classes are free of charge and are limited to 10 students. Students can sign up at the computer desk or call the library at (530) 573-3185. People who sign up and are unable to attend must call to cancel.


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