Are your computer skills a little behind the times?
Improving your computer skills is easier than you think!
for our series of short, conveniently scheduled courses and let North Lake College give you the solid foundation you need.
- Empower yourself
Learn keyboard/mouse functions, understand common computer terms,
manage files, create and edit documents, and use email.
- Play with numbers
Learn how to create worksheets, organize information, create and
- Increase your productivity
Streamline tasks, create templates, format worksheets and build charts.
Call 972-273-3386 for more information, or register online.
PC Fundamentals: Beginning Computers
Learn how to use a computer. Beginners develop basic computer skills for work or personal use. Microsoft Office 2007 is used, but this course is appropriate for users of other versions as well. Learn the basic keyboard functions, how to use a mouse, review common computeroriented vocabulary, manage files, create & edit documents and set up an e-mail account. Textbook and flash drive required.
ITSC 1010.70065 - PC Fundamentals
11/08-11/17, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. , TR
Central Campus, $95
Excel 1: Introduction to Electronic Spreadsheets
Knowledge of Microsoft Windows, keyboarding skills or ability to demonstrate previous computer skills to instructor is required. Excel is a great financial tool to use. This introductory class will enable students to create worksheets, calculate and compare numbers, revise data, customize and print a workbook, review some functions and formulas and much more. The Excel 2007 version will be used during this class, but this course is appropriate for users of other versions as well. Textbook and flash drive required.
ITSW 1022.70063 - Excel 1 - Introduction
10/29 & 11/12, 9:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m.
South Campus, $95
Excel 2: Intermediate Spreadsheets I
Completion of an Excel Level 1 course or equivalent or ability to demonstrate previous computer skills to instructor is required. Increase your productivity, streamline repetitive tasks and enhance the visual effectiveness and appeal of your spreadsheets. Learn more in-depth topics such as editing and formatting techniques, creating and applying templates, charts, understand formula auditing, sorting and filtering data and adding pictures and diagrams to a worksheet. The Excel 2007 version will be used during this class, but this course is appropriate for users of other versions as well. Textbook and flash drive required.
ITSW 1046.70066 - Excel 2 - Intermediate
12/03 & 12/10, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Central Campus, $95Seats are still available. Register today!