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Microsoft Word 2007 • TECH 006 • 4 sessions

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PC Fundamentals • TECH 001 • 2 sessions

CRN 25018

SEC 51

Jun 07-14


6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

CRN 25022 SEC 51

Jul 26-Aug 16


6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

Learn the skills necessary to proficiently use Microsoft Word and increase your productivity. Topics include: formatting characters, placing and aligning text, paragraph formatting and tab setting options, borders & shading, page numbers, headers and footers, templates, editing text, generating an outline, creating documents for the Internet, columns, tables, managing files, symbols, text boxes and graphics, printing documents and envelopes, labels and mail merge. Discover tips, shortcuts and more! Handouts included. Bring a flash drive to save work. Prerequisite: TECH 002 or equivalent experience. Instructor: Keith Davis. Non-credit tuition: $199

Microsoft Excel 2007 • TECH 007 • 4 sessions

New to technology? Want to build basic skills in a relaxed, non-threatening atmosphere? Learn proper use of keyboard, mouse, and cursor. Know when to left, right, and double click; learn to edit and select text and other objects; locate and move the insertion point; copy, cut, and paste; open, move, resize, and restore windows; run programs, use scroll bars, dialog boxes and controls, and understand printing basics. Your specific needs will be addressed. No computer experience required. Instructor: Keith Davis. Non-credit tuition: $99

Introduction to Microsoft Windows • TECH 002 • 4 sessions

CRN 25019

SEC 51

Jun 21-Jul 12


6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

CRN 25023 SEC 51

Jul 27-Aug 17


6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

Master the creation of spreadsheets with this powerful software. Learn to cre- ate, modify and print worksheets; format text and numbers; use dates; create and apply ranges; merge cells; use common functions and formulas including IF, VLOOKUP and accounting functions; use conditional formatting and insert graph- ics; insert comments and do data analysis; create graphs; You’ll also learn how to use multiple worksheets and link to bookmarks, other files and objects; protect data. Printing techniques and importing/exporting data are discussed. Handouts included. Bring a flash drive to save work. Prerequisite: TECH 002 or equivalent experience required. Instructor: Keith Davis. Non-credit tuition: $199

Learn the essential characteristics of Windows that apply to all Windows pro- grams such as Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, QuickBooks, etc. We ‘ll include a review of mouse and editing features, understanding dialog boxes, the Start Menu, Task Bar and Desktop properties. Become comfortable in file creation, as- sociation, handling and shortcuts along with the PC ‘s folder structure. Under- stand hardware terminology, file maintenance, backups and helpful tricks. Using your Help/Support Center, gauging system performance and security issues are discussed. Prerequisite: PC Fundamentals for the Beginner (TECH 001) is required. Instructor: Keith Davis. Non-credit tuition: $199

Adobe Photoshop CS5 • TECH 008 • 5 sessions

CRN 25024

SEC 51

Jun 08-Jul 06


6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

Discover the power of Photoshop CS5! Learn tools and basic image manipulation techniques, including image formats, filter effects, retouching digital photos, color correction, layers, and painting tools. You should have a working knowledge and basic level of computer proficiency. Ideal for beginning web designers and digital camera owners who want to do more with their images. Class taught on PCs, but Mac owners encouraged to attend. Instructor: Pepe Pedraza Non-credit tuition: $199

Basic Website Design using HTML Code • TECH 003 • 4 sessions

Quickbooks 2009 • TECH 010 • 4 sessions

CRN 25020 SEC 51

Jun 08-29


6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

CRN 25026 SEC 51

Jun 01-22


6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

Learn to create your own website by writing HTML code in the Windows text editor Notepad. Understand hosting and domain name ownership plus costs and methods for setting up accounts. Using HTML tags we’ll explore fonts, colors, backgrounds, images, animations, links, tables, style sheets, mouse-over buttons, keyword techniques for search engines, embedding videos and sound and more. We’ll look at JavaScript and PHP script to make menus and forms and discuss online shopping carts and payment methods. Flash drive required to save work. Prerequisite: Good editing, file handling, typing and mouse skills. Instructor: Keith Davis. Non-credit tuition: $199

Get an introduction to one of the most popular small business accounting soft- ware packages. Includes step by-step instructions in getting the software up and running. We’ll cover invoicing for services, accounts receivable management, en- tering and paying bills, accounts payable management, writing checks, managing petty cash and checking accounts, reconciling bank statements. Instructor: Sara Gross. Prerequisite: PC (preferably Windows) and mouse experience and some basic bookkeeping and/or accounting experience assumed. Non-credit tuition: $199

Students in computer classes should bring a flash drive to class in order to save work.



NEW! Precious Metal Clay (PMC) Silver Jewelry • ARTS 018

Beginning Metalsmithing & Jewelry Making • ARTS 003 • 4 sessions

CRN 25001

SEC 51

Jun 04-25


10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

A fun class designed to teach the basic techniques of ring making. Learn to saw with a jeweler’s saw, file, sand, texture, and solder silver and copper into wearable jewelry your friends will envy. Projects and techniques will vary and this class will utilize Sweat Soldering which is a great way to learn silver soldering or to improve your soldering skills. Materials fee: approximately $45 (depending on market) due the first class. Instructor: Carla Polek. Non-credit tuition: $129

2 sessions CRN 25326 SEC 51

Jun 20-27


6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

It’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before! Make silver jewelry without hammer- ing or soldering! PMC® (Precious Metal Clay ®) is a clay-like material made of extremely tiny particles of pure silver, water and a nontoxic binder that makes it possible for anyone to make real silver jewelry in a matter of hours. It can be molded, textured, and layered with simple tools to make pendants, earrings, charms and beads. The work is dried and fired in a kiln where the water and binder are driven off to leave a unique object that is pure silver. No previous experience necessary to have fun. The price includes enough PMC to make 2 pair of earrings. Makes a great gift! Instructor Bevlynn Gallant. Non-credit tuition: $99



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