This class is designed as an introduction to word processing using Word 2007. Students will learn the basic tools of Word 2007 and practice selecting text, modifying text, cutting and pasting, opening a file, and saving a document. Spelling and grammar checks, paragraph options, and alignments buttons will be discussed. Hands-on exercises will include editing a pre-existing document and creating a party invitation. This class assumes the student has some experience with Windows and using a mouse. Beginner class.
Classes are FREE but we do ask that you call (903) 237-1354 or stop in and register in advance. Also, if you sign-up for a class and cannot make it, please be considerate and call and cancel with us so that we may give your spot to someone else. We hate turning away people, as many of our classes do fill up!
Get a new eReader, tablet, or smartphone for the Holidays? Did you know that you can check out Library books for free? The Library offers OverDrive where patrons can check out and download free eBooks and eAudiobooks onto various devices.
We can help you get started with your fun new gadget or possibly fix problems you've been encountering! Come into the Library on Tuesday, January 15th at 7:00 PM. Simply bring your device and our friendly, knowledgeable staff will sit down with you and help you get up and running with OverDrive!
We'll be in the Moeschle Room from 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM so come on in and ask away! *You will need your valid Library card number and the password associated with the card! If you don't remember or have the password, come see our Access Services desk so they can reset that for you.
Can’t make it to the class? You can also pick up step-by-step instructions for OverDrive for Kindle, NOOK, iPad/iPod/iPhone, PC & Mac computers, and Android tablets and smartphones at the Front Desk of the Library. We will also be putting them up on our website within the next few weeks!
Julie Williams' great uncle was on the legendary Titanic when the great ship went down. As a result, Julie grew up hearing all of his stories firsthand and naturally grew up with a fascination surrounding the ship and it's fate. She went on to write a book, A Rare Titanic Family, and it was published last year!
The Birmingham, Ala; author will be here, in the Longview Public Library's Moeschle Room, on Friday, January 18th, to share her great uncle's stories with us. She will also discuss her book and autograph copies for interested patrons!
The presentation will begin at 10:30 AM so please make arrangements to join us for this special appearance!
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