Computer Classes

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Basic Computer Skills
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Douglass

Participants will learn how to navigate and utilize computer software, basic Office Word skills and Internet searches. Participants will also complete projects in Microsoft Word as they become more comfortable with performing basic functions on the computer. Classes are 8 weeks. Pre requisites - Introduction to Computers, or Teacher Approval. Pre-registration required. All

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