CC202 DEVELOPING SKILLS ON WINDOWS 7 – LEVEL 2

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EVERY Mon Sep 9 thru Mon Oct 14 2013 – 6 sessions
9:15 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.                                    
Computer Teaching Center/IS
 
Instructor:  Jim Plummer (Parkwood) jmplum@aol.com
Class assistant: Joe Cramer (Lakewood)
Fee $20.00    Limit 8 Students                     Flash Drive Required

Goals and Objectives: This course should increase your skills in using basic computer operations in the Windows 7 environment, including programs, commands, formatting and saving documents. Available actions in the Start Menu and Control Panel will also be covered. Several important improvements to MS Office in the 2010 version, and its unique features, will be practiced. Good e-mailing practices will be covered, as well as how to get more out of surfing the Internet.


PREREQUISITES

This is not a basic computer course for beginners. Students should come with knowledge of the computer keyboard, some typing skills, and mouse skills that include left click and right click, as well as drag and drop. They should have at least elementary knowledge of word processing and the Internet. To be successful in this course, you must have completed a Level 1 computer college course, (such as CC101 After Prep School Basics), or have otherwise developed equivalent computer skills. Without basic computer skills you will have difficulty in learning the material covered in this course.

This course will be taught using the Teaching Center computers which have Windows 7 as the operating system, as well as Version 2010 of Microsoft Office. Having Windows 7 on your personal home computer is not required but would be very useful.

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