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Reading Public Library Offers Computer Skills Classes For Teens

Sep 28, 2017 • by Reading Public Library
Computers & Online Resources in Libraries

Reading, PA – Reading Public Library will be offering a series of four computer skills classes for teens at their Teen Loft located within the Main Library on 100 S. Fifth St. in Reading. Teens are encouraged to brush up on their computer skills and make the school year easier by attending on October 5, 12, 19, and 26 from 4:30-5:15 PM.

Each class will cover a different topic on how to become more computer proficient. Day #1 will teach teens how to create an e-mail account using G-mail. Day #2 will explain the difference between Microsoft Word and Google Docs, as well as how they should be used. Day #3 will demonstrate how to attach files created from the previous class to an e-mail. Day #4 will cover Microsoft Publisher, Microsoft Power Point, Google Docs, and how they are different and best utilized.

Classes are for teens in grades 7-12, or ages 12-18. Each participant will receive a free flash drive compliments of Reading Public Library.

Registration required by October 4.  For more information call 610-655-6350, ext. 241.

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