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September 2012— www.sunlakessplash.com


Computer Booters new year is planned!


Kc Coller, Publicity Director The Special Interest Goups (SIGS) are


continuing in Computer Booters this year. This means everyone or anyone who


knows or wants to know mo r e about computing will


fi nd


a class helpful for their needs. Our fi rst general


meeting is September 4 and will feature a presentation offering a look with short descriptions


of the


classes for the year October through May. We will have a few “One Shot” workshops in September plus registration for the new very basic beginning course “Starting with the Right Mouse.” Our courses this year will be: “PC


Basics” and “A Friendly PC,” both of which are about using and maintaining a personal computer, “Computer Components,” a class on how to build a computer, “Excel,” a spreadsheet program, “Quicken,” “Power Point,” “Photo Elements” and “Pro Show Gold.” At the meeting Ben Thompson will also


present “Safe Computing with Your PC, the Six Step Program.” He’ll explain in simple step-by-step instructions how to keep your PC running smoothly and protect it from malware allowing you more computer enjoyment Sign up for “Starting with the Right


Mouse” by phoning Sue Klein (SIG coordinator) at 480-895-3528. The class will meet fi ve Mondays and


two Tuesdays, the 23rd and 30th. The class will be restricted to 12 students with a facilitator plus a number of helpers to assist the students. Each student will be asked to bring their


own laptop, should they have one, since it is best to learn on the one that is used at home. If they do not have a laptop the club has a few which will be made available. The book Windows 7 for Seniors will be


used and the book can be purchased from Computer Booters. The book starts with how to use a mouse and ends at e-mail and internet connection. Eight chapters will be covered in class. 1. The book is $20 purchased from


Computer Booters. (Book required.) 2. The $36 fee for joining Computer


Booters (if not already a member). 3. You must be a club


member. Register with Sue Klein at 480-895- 3528 4. A


minim um of fi ve and limit of 12 attendees per seven we e k session. 5. All


paperwork is completed over the phone and payment arranged. 6.


If enrollment is over 12 the class


will be offered again in November and December. Check our website at: www. computerbooters.org and click on the Calendar of Events on the left hand side for monthly events. You’ll also see our current newsletter and club


information as well as many helpful links, websites, and fun downloads. All members receive monthly updates and schedule of classes through


e-mail. This group was established to aid


computer owners in all of the Sun Lakes communities by achieving maximum results from their home or small business computer. It’s easy to join and attend. If


call or email our membership director Guy Laroche,


you would like at


mr1968zeus@msn.com. 


further information 480-883-0638


or


CLUBS AND CLASSES 47


Scrapbooking Class news


Judy Farnham Summertime means swimming,


graduations, weddings, indoor projects, trips and adventures. And for scrapbookers, it means taking lots and lots of outdoor photos. That’s why we are here: for scrapbooking


those beautiful summer


snapshots and bringing people together. Join our group. We meet in the Sewing


Room in the Oakwood Resource Center on


Sunday afternoons from 1:00-5:00


p.m. Some tools and scrap paper will be provided. If you have any questions please call Judy Farnham at 480-895-6690. “Having a good time,” that is our


motto.  SUN LAKES SPLASH


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