We are definitely living in a digital world with changes and updates happening daily. New technology and innovations are a way of life now and for the foreseeable future and everyone is in?uenced and affected by these advances. If you’ve finally accepted the fact that computers are here to stay, and you need help getting acquainted with exactly what computers are all about and the amazing things they can do, this is the class for you! This early session has been scheduled to accommodate Senior Citizens or others who might not want to be out late. The material will be covered thoroughly and slowly for those who feel technologically challenged. Some of the class topics will include how to create and save documents, fonts, alignment, margins, paper size, line spacing, tabs, bullets, print preview, indents, and the use of proofing tools. Students will also receive information covering selecting text, copying, computer terminology, parts and functions of the computer and computer hardware, saving files, opening documents, and doing basic commands in Microsoft Word. You’ll be taught tips and tricks about copying, selecting text, and shortcuts you can use that will save hours. This class is designed for the novice computer user and includes one of the most popular word processing programs available. The course is ideal for those with limited computer skills who want to learn the basics of computer operation and word processing in a stress free environment. No prior experience with the keyboard, mouse, or Word is required. Bring your questions to class and come prepared to learn from a qualified, experienced instructor! For questions or for more information, contact Shawna at 208-390-2132. NOTE: This class will not be held the week of November 18 to accommodate the Thanksgiving holiday.