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Basics of Microsoft Word

October 18, 2022 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Join members of the Marshall District Library technology team to learn the basics of Microsoft Word. This is a beginner’s class intended for those with little computer experience. Patrons should be able to use a computer mouse & have some familiarity with Microsoft Windows. Marshall District Library will provide laptops for this class. This hands-on program is intended for ages 18+ & registration is required. Look for this program on Tues, Oct 18 in the evening & Wed, Oct 19 in the morning; please register for the day/time that works best for you. Topics covered will be:

  • Starting new documents
  • Saving documents in different locations
  • Opening a previously saved document
  • Printing a document
  • Changing font, font color, & font size
  • Copying & pasting text
  • Alignment & spacing of text
  • Changing margins & layout
  • Creating lists with bullet points & numbers
  • Adding photos
  • Spell check & other review features
  • Alternatives to Microsoft Word such as Google Docs & LibreOffice

Please note: Watch your email for a response within 24-48 hours. As space & supplies are limited, your email will either confirm your registration or alert you to waitlist status. Program emails come from mdleventregistration@marshalldistrictlibrary.org if you would like to search for them &/or alert your email that it is not spam. Emails often include Zoom information & other program details including kit pick-up dates as applicable. (If you do not have regular email access, you may contact our Help Desk for assistance with registration.)

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Date:
October 18, 2022
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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Venue

Marshall District Library
124 W. Green St.
Marshall, MI 49068 United States
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Phone:
269-781-7821