Creating Résumés with Word 2010, Part II

Date

Monday, April 28, 2014 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

With constant changes and new updates, Microsoft Word has changed a lot in the past years.  If you have never used Word in the past, or you’re looking to just familiarize yourself with the newest version, there is no time like the present to get familiar with Word.
Learn the basic functions and capabilities of Word 2010 in order to meet all of your word processing needs.  Learn to use Word to create professionally format resumes, cover letters, and many other types of correspondence and writing projects, both professional and personal.

Class Format:  Hands on
Skills required:  Basic Computer Skills, i.e. mouse, keyboard, open/close programs; Basic Word Skills
Audience:  Adults
Cost: FREE

Topics Covered:
• Insert, Editing text
• Change font and font size
• Align text: left, right, center
• Bold, italic, underlined text
• Change line spacing
• Change margins
• Cut, copy and paste
• Use spell check
• Copy text from web into Word and clean it up
• Using Templates
• Use Print Preview & print selection
• Understand different word processing file types  (i.e. .doc, .docx, .pdf)

These are FREE, small group session held in the Library’s Technology Lab (Lower Level) and taught by a librarian who can provide personalized instruction and support.

Class Limit: Four (4) participants per session.
Please call 920-236-5205

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