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Computer Classes

This is a list of upcoming computer classes at Lexington Public Library locations.  Unless noted, all classes are free, one-time sessions.  Advance registration is required and can be completed by clicking on the class's "Register Now" link.

Please note any prerequisites and review General Class Information before registering for a class.  You can view a diagram of the sequence of classes here.  Handouts and files used in classes can be accessed here.

 

Don't have time to come in for a class?

We also offer a wide range of online computer training opportunities for free through Lynda.com.

 

Cover Letters 101

What to say and how long you should take to say it. Learn what it takes to write an attention catching cover letter. Prerequisite: Solid familiarity with word processing programs or Intermediate Features of MS Word.

Central Library - Computer Center

Digital Scrapbooking with Microsoft Publisher

Publisher is a simple and quick way to generate photo albums and scrapbooks digitally for home printing or professional printing at your local print shop. Learn how to set up a booklet, insert and edit images, add and edit text, and get your publication ready for printing! Prerequisite: Intermediate Features of MS Word or previous experience using publishing software.

Central Library - Computer Center

How to Speak Basic Computer: A Regular Person's Introduction to Coding

Ever thought about learning a computer language, but had no clue where to start? Students will get a general overview of computer languages, along with some gentle exploration of using basic Python3 code. Prerequisite: Internet Basics or prior experience navigating the web.

Central Library - Computer Center

Intermediate Features of Excel

Learn about linked cells, filtering and intermediate formulas. Prerequisite: Introduction to Excel or previous experience with Excel.

Central Library - Computer Center

Intermediate Web Development with CSS

Learn to make static web pages pop with CSS! This course will build on prior experience with HTML, teaching how to use Cascading Style Sheets to turn simple HTML documents into the stylized, dynamic pages seen today on most modern websites. This course will cover methods for adding CSS to HTML files, text styling, page styling, positioning, divs, spans, and much much more. Prerequisites: Introduction to Web Development or prior experience with HTML5

Central Library - Computer Center

Introduction to Web Development using HTML

Learn to build a simple webpage using HTML. Covers basic HTML concepts, combining document types, HTML element tags, and some beginner styling techniques to create a website that will run in a browser. Prerequisite: Internet Basics or prior experience navigating the web.

Central Library - Computer Center

Resumes 101

One page or two? Graphics? Bullet points? Learn the does and don'ts of resume creation and how to make yourself more attractive to employers. Prerequisite: Solid familiarity with word processing programs or Intermediate Features of MS Word.

Central Library - Computer Center

Windows Advanced

Want all your settings at your fingertips? Want a better way to see all the programs available on your computer? Learn about helpful shortcuts and ways you can customize Windows to better suit you. Prerequisite: Windows Basics or previous experience using Windows settings and features.

Central Library - Computer Center

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