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Free Computer Classes for Beginners

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Are you new to using the computer? The Howell Carnegie District Library will be offering free computer classes on Tuesdays in the months of March and April. Each week from 2-3:30 p.m. there will be a new lesson for those who need a little extra help getting started.

March 11

Students will learn how to turn their computer on and off, starting and ending a program, how to use a mouse, and other basic tasks.

March 18

Students will learn the basics of Internet use

March 25

Students will learn how to get and set up a free email account

April 1

Students will learn 21st century social media skills

April 8

Students will learn how to create and format a document, how to copy and paste, and how to use Microsoft Word

April 15

Students will learn how to set up and use Microsoft Excel

Registration is required at all of these classes. To register call (517) 546-0720 ext 106. More information on these classes can also be found on the Howell Carnegie District Library website, http://www.howelllibrary.org/calendar.htm/2014-03?audience=Adults. The library is located at 314 W. Grand River. Avenue in downtown Howell.

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