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  • Drones -Recreational Use for Beginners

    Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) and Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) "drones" are growing in popularity and capabilities. Drones are used by recreational hobbyists, commercial, non-profit, government, and public safety agencies. If you or somebody you know have a drone, want one or need to learn more about them, this course is for you. You will learn about basic drone safety, rules of the road and air, registration, certification, license, drone types, when, how and where to fly (or avoid). Bring your drone as a guest to participate in the discussions. Students ages 12-17 are welcome to attend with an adult.
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    Getting to Know Your iPhone

    Learn how how to use your smartphone. This class is designed for mature and recent iPhone users! Author and instructor, Mike Wilson, will demonstrate the photo app, texting, navigating, apps, contacts, email, camera, App store, settings, and the internet. Not for Android users.
  • Microsoft Excel 101

    This course is taught online and login instructions will be sent the day before the class. Learn the basics of Excel and get to know what it can do. We will explore navigating around the Excel screen, creating and entering data, changing the layout and formatting a spreadsheet. In this online class, you will learn how to create a formula, autofill, what to do with custom lists and how to work with functions. Handouts and step by step hands-on instruction is included.
  • Microsoft Excel 102

    This course is taught online and login instructions will be sent the day before the class. Take your knowledge of Excel a little further. In this online class we will cover advanced formulas and functions throughout the spreadsheet. You will also learn how to create and use tables to allow data to be affected differently even though it is on the same spreadsheet. Handouts are included.
  • Microsoft Excel 103

    This course is taught online and login instructions will be sent the day before the class. Take formula skills to the next level. Work with absolute references and settings to link cells and workbooks together. In this online class, learn logical, date/time, text and lookup functions as well as what-if analysis. Use templates to create an amortization schedule and begin other projects with re-designed templates in Excel. They'll help you jumpstart any project quickly and professionally. Prerequisite: Excel 102.
  • Microsoft Excel 104

    This course is taught online login instructions will be sent the day before the class. Discover how to use pivot tables to organize, summarize and calculate lists of data in just seconds! In this online class, learn to group dates, insert additional calculated fields and calculate percentage of growth using pivot tables. Using chart as well as pivot chart features, you will learn to display your data visually and professionally, including pie, bar, area, stock, pie-in-pie and many more custom chart settings. Prerequisite: Excel 103.
  • Organize Your Photos: Print & Digital

    Imagine all your photos, in one place and a system that allows you to access them in seconds! In this online class we will talk about scanners so you can make copies of (& easily repair) older slides and prints. We will cover cloud storage services; owning versus renting space, how to cull through old photos, what to keep, what to toss and how to simply get your photos off your phone. We will cover everything you need to know to complete this project... & quickly! Never worry about losing another photo again!
  • Working with and Organizing Your Documents on a Windows 10 Computer

    The instructor will show you how to save files with Microsoft Word and your free installed Windows 10 word processor. We will also cover how to create a PDF file and why we would use them. You will see how to view, organize, and find your documents, as well as place them on flash drives, external drives, and the cloud. We'll explore features to preview documents without opening them and attach documents to your email for sending. *Not for Apple/Mac users.