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Featured Program
Featured Program ImageLearn about the digital preservation tools we have available at the Main Library! On Thursday, October 2 from 9am-12pm we will demonstrate the slide digitizer, photo scanner and VHS-to-DVD converter. The program will be repeated from 5-8pm on Thursday, October 9. Visit the Main Library's events calendar or call 586-226-5040 to register for these programs.




































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From September to May, Clinton-Macomb Public Library offers computer tutoring classes for those who need more assistance. If you, or someone you know, would like to learn more about the computer, these classes are a great introduction to technology.

Computer classes have limited availability and are popular. If you cannot attended the class you've registered for, please call us as soon as possible. We cannot guarantee rescheduling for no-shows.
South Branch Computer Classes

Mondays
Choose a Computer Class: 9-11 a.m.
Choose a Computer Class: 2-4 p.m.

Tuesdays
Choose a Computer Class: 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Wednesdays
Choose a Computer Class: 12:30-2:30 p.m.

Thursdays
Choose a Computer Class: 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Choose a Computer Class: 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Please note that class availability changes during summer months.

Main Library Computer Classes

Registration requires a Clinton-Macomb library card in good standing. Different classes are offered on specific days. Please call for the schedule of classes and to register. Call (586) 226-5040 to reserve your spot.


South Branch Class Descriptions
Computer Basics
Designed to introduce the student to the components and basic functions of a computer.

Internet Basics
This class will explore different ways of finding information on the World Wide Web.

E-mail Basics
This class will explain how to set up a free Internet-based e-mail account, as well as how to use the features of e-mail.

Introduction to Microsoft Word
This class explains the basic functions of the word processing program. Users will learn how to create, open, edit and save Word documents using Office 2007.




Main Library Class Descriptions

Computer Basics
Designed to introduce the student to the components and basic functions of a computer.

Internet Basics
This class will explore different ways of finding information on the World Wide Web.

Introduction to E-mail
This class will explain how to set up a free Internet-based e-mail account, as well as how to use the features of e-mail.

Microsoft Word
This class will cover the basic functions of creating a document, editing and saving it using Word 2010.

Microsoft Excel-using Excel 2010, this class will cover creating a spreadsheet and doing simple mathematical calculations.

Microsoft PowerPoint-Learn how to creat a graphical presentation using words, color and art.