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File Management Part 1 (2 Weeks $30) To Return to Courses Availability...... Click HERE
This course is the first of two File Management courses, each of two weeks. The course will help you understand the way files and folders are organised on your computer, and will help you avoid the annoying problem of lost files. The skills learnt enable you to take control of files and folders and enable you to take more advanced Courses and Workshops. Course covers Windows 10 Desktop: defining Files, Folders, Apps & Programs. Examines File Explorer, organization and layout; The Folder hierarchy; File names and File Extensions. Making use of a USB Pen Drive.
File Management-Part 2 (2 Weeks $30) To Return to Courses Availability...... Click HERE
This 2 week course is the second of the File Management courses and extends the skills learnt in File Management Part 1. You will learn how to manipulate Windows, use the Snap option. File Explorer layout options, changing views in the Contents Pane. How to pin a Shortcut to Taskbar and Start screen. Personalize your computer to look and work the way you prefer, change Desktop background colours. Rearrange the layout of your files and folders; Create new folders and rename files and folders; File Options; Using the Search facility; Delete files and folders and use of the Recycle Bin.
Introduction to Computers 1 ($30) To Return to Courses Availability...... Click HERE
A 2- week
course for new members who have not used a computer before, or for
members who wish to refresh their basic computer knowledge. The course
covers the basics of computers using the Microsoft Windows 10 operating
system and is designed to reduce any fears or worries you may have about
computers in general.
Introduction to Computers Two - Part 1 ($30)
The ‘Introduction to Computers Two Part 1’ is a 2 week course recommended as a progression after completing ‘Introduction to Computers One’. This Course is the next step in the learning process and is followed by ‘Introduction to Computers Two Part 2’. Courses are based on Microsoft Word 2013 and cover many of the basic processes required for competent computer use. How to save and open files, use of a USB Pen Drive. Use of the Ribbon (common in many programs today) to access menus and tools. Learn about editing and formatting functions; using copy and paste. Insert Clip Art, Word Art. The skills taught in this Course are an essential part of building confidence with computer use and is a basis for understanding files and folders before moving on to Introduction to Computers Two Part 2’ and then ‘File Management’ etc.
Introduction to Computers Two-Part