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Word Processing Level 1 Course


Tue 6 Nov 2018, 10:00am–12:00pm

Where: Mayfield Centre, 5 Mayfield Rd, Glenfield, Auckland

Restrictions: M

Ticket Information:

  • Each session: $5.00
  • All sessions: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: SeniorNet Glenfield

Start to design and edit documents using Microsoft Notepad and Microsoft Word; also Open Office Writer. Please check which version of the software you have on your home computer e.g. Word 2016. You can see which version it is when you open the programme.

Once calligraphy and illuminated scrolls were the gold standards in written communication. Now it is so much easier using a word processing programme. It sounds a little boring but can make communications with family, friends, business and organisation clearer, more readable and more likely to catch attention. If you have Windows 7, 8 or 10 and MS Word or Open Office Writer, the Word Processing Level 1 Course will help you meet these type of goals.

During the course you will acquire the ability to put together a document that is well received, looks great and is read! You will learn how to set different types of styles to maintain a common format for headings, use various types of graphics and format fonts, how to use the spell checker and thesaurus. Find out the advantages of paragraphs when setting up a document to make it catch the readers’ attention. Learn how to make eye-catching signs for such things as garage sales.

Computers are available for your use but you may bring your own laptop to the course. 2-hour sessions for four weeks. $20 for the four sessions. The course runs on 4 consecutive Tuesday mornings starting 6th November for 2 hours from 10 am.

Bookings essential. Must be current members of SeniorNet Glenfield or join (annual fee $25). If you are new to SeniorNet you are invited to attend a Meet and Greet session on a Monday morning between 10 am and 12md. Ring for an appointment.

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