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Library to hold word processing sessions

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Individuals will soon get the chance to improve their word processing skills at two upcoming sessions at St. Boniface Library.


The library, located at 100-131 Provencher Blvd., will hold "Word Processing 1" on Wed., April 17 at 6 p.m. Participants will learn about the keyboard and mouse for editing text using Microsoft Word 2010, as well as basic skills for opening and saving documents and how to format text for emphasis and style.


Organizers say participants should know the basics of how to navigate a computer and possess basic typing and mouse skills.


A week later, the library will hold "Word Processing 2" on Wed., April 17 at 6 p.m. During the session, individuals will get to build on their word processing skills and learn how to create lists, insert special characters, create tables, work with pictures, adjust page layout and preview print jobs. Participants should know the basics of how to use Microsoft Word and possess basic typing and mouse skills.


Call 204-986-4331 to register for the programs.  

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