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GENERAL INTEREST TECHNOLOGY CLASSES
AT THE SIMSBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY
Saturday, March 15, 10:00-11:30 AM – Technology Learning Center EXCEL TIPS AND TRICKS
You will learn tips for formatting, printing and displaying big spreadsheets. Among other skills, you learn
how to print titles on consecutive pages, freeze columns and rows when displaying data, hide information
from view or printouts, size multiple columns and rows. Diana Lemcoff, owner of Leidan Consulting and
former professor at Manchester Community College will be the instructor. Prerequisites
: Basic Excel
knowledge, create and save a document, copy and paste, and simple text formatting. Walk-ins are
welcome, but space is limited to 20 seats with priority given to those who pre-register.
Saturday, March 22, 10:00-11:30 AM – Technology Learning Center
CREATE A CONTACT LIST USING EXCEL
Excel is a very good tool to create a contact list you can use for invitations, event planning or to keep a
list of members or clients. You will learn to sort the list by name, town or other feature, to select particular
data and print it. You will learn the correct way to format your data to do mail merges. Mail merge is a
Word feature. Diana Lemcoff, owner of Leidan Consulting and former professor at Manchester
Community College will be the instructor. Prerequisites:
Basic Excel knowledge, create and save a
document, copy and paste, and simple text formatting. Walk-ins are welcome, but space is limited to
20 seats with priority given to those who pre-register.
THE COMPUTER PROFESSOR IS IN
Did you get a Nook, Kindle or iPad for the holidays? Having trouble working your laptop? Just don't
understand computers? One on one tutorials are available every Friday from 10:00-11:00 in the office of
the Head of Adult Services. You may make an appointment or just drop in for help. Learn how to set up
an email account or download books and magazines to your device.
In addition to our hands-on computer classes, the Simsbury Library offers Simsbury residents free access to Universal Class, an online continuing education service designed specifically for use by public library patrons of all ages. Courses are offered on a range of subjects, including technology. If you would like to try one of these in-depth online classes, you will need a valid Simsbury Public Library card and a valid e-mail address. Go to the Simsbury Public Library’s website (www.simsburylibrary.info) and click on the Continuing Education link on the left side of the home page. Login with your card number and follow the prompts to set up your free account. Questions? Call 860-658-7663 x2200.
PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BUSINESS-ORIENTED TECHNOLOGY CLASSES, PICK UP A
COPY OF THE “BUSINESS & EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMS” HANDOUT.
All programs are free of charge and open to the public.
For detailed information or to reserve a seat: 860-658-7663
or www.simsburylibrary.info (click on calendar).
Mon-Thurs 9:30am-8:30pm, Fri–Sat 9:30am-5:30pm, Sun 1:00-5:00pm
Check website for holiday closings.
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