Eberly Center at UT
University of Toledo, Eberly Center WEBSITE (Click Here)
Call the Eberly Center at UT to Register (419) 530-8570
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Only $5 per hour
*FREE PARKING (Area #13 – Adjacent to building)
Join me for computer training in one of the only labs running Windows 10. Whether you are a true beginner or are building your workplace skills, our courses will provide up-to date information. All classes are taught in a friendly relaxed atmosphere. We make learning FUN.
Personal tutoring on any level of software or computer usage is available by contacting me at
[Janis Weber ] 419-318-9112 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Microsoft Word – Introduction
Wednesdays 5:30-7:30 PM / September 20, 27 & October 4, 11 (4 sessions) – $40
Come for an introduction to MS Word and learn the many useful features to create personal and professional documents. We will work on familiarization of all the options and tricks on this versatile software. For example: fonts, layout, margins, short cuts, cut/copy/paste, online integration for assistance, styles, design, header/footer, find/replace words and so much more. Bring your individual questions. We all benefit. Basic computer skills are required.
Microsoft Excel – Introduction
Wednesdays 5:30-7:30 PM / October 18, 25, & November 1, 8 (4 sessions) – $40
Learn MS Excel by creating a budget plus a database of sort-able characters. We will build experience tracking spending, maintaining lists of data and automatically calculating lists of figures. Simple formulas are used through hands-on practice. This software is a staple in the personal and business world. I will show you how to use a spreadsheet to simplify your life and become more organized. Basic computer skills are required.
Microsoft PowerPoint – Introduction
Wednesdays 5:30-7:30 PM / November 29 & December 6 (2 sessions) – $20
Create slideshows for personal, school and business applications. MS PowerPoint is an easy way to enhance presentations, lectures and speeches. Your finished production is wonderful at events, receptions and memorials. Basic computer skills are required.