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Brush up your Word Processing Skills

By Floyd Miller



Brush up your Word Processing Skills More and more, jobs require basic fluency in computer skills, like word processing. While computer classes can often be costly, your Abilene Public Library can help. We are offering basic Word instruction, absolutely free! On Wednesday September 3rd & Monday September 15th at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., the Mockingbird Branch will offer free classes in Microsoft Word. Word is perhaps one of the most popular programs out on the market today and perhaps most utilized on the job. Opening a document, formatting font size and margins as well as saving a file can be easy to learn. While the class will cover only the basic elements, even if you already know a few things about Word, this class may still be for you. Microsoft updates the software every few years and a lot has changed since it was first released. Refreshing yourself could really save you time and money, especially if you use it to help organize and run a small business or home-based business. Classes are designed to make beginners feel comfortable; however some basic PC skills are needed. Class size is limited for each session and registration is required. Call the Mockingbird Branch if you are interested, at 325-437-7323 to sign up for a seat today.for more information, contact Anne Ellis 437-7323or

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