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I/S still has room in fall classes

The fall quarter of hands-on computer training courses sponsored by Information Systems began in early October, but there is still time to register for many popular topics, and additional sections will be added to accommodate demand.

For details on any of the courses and modules mentioned below, please contact the Training Services Office (x3-7685, ) or visit the Web site at .

Windows users still have time to register for courses such as Introduction to Windows 95 (November 6 and 7) or Windows 3.1 (December 16), Intermediate Excel 5 (November 26 and 27), Word 6 Basics Level I (November 8) and II (November 21) for Windows, Advanced Word 6 (December 17), Intro (December 11) and Intermediate FileMaker 3 (December 23), and Intro to Microsoft Access (November 25).

Macintosh users can sign up for courses such as Intro to the Macintosh (December 4 and 5), Word 6 Basics Level II (November 20), Intro Excel 5 (December 12 and 13), Intermediate Excel 5 (December 4 and 5), Intro FileMaker 3, (November 12 and 13) Advanced FileMaker 3 (November 12 and 13), and Relational Structures and Scripting in FileMaker 3 (December 2 and 3). Shorter modules on FileMaker 3 New features (November 1), and PowerPoint (November 22) are also scheduled.

For those wishing to use the Macintosh to do desktop publishing, we have the following courses planned for this quarter:

  • Intro to Desktop Publishing with PageMaker 6, November 18 and 19, 9am-4pm.
  • Advanced Desktop Publishing, December 9 and 10, 9am-4pm.


In addition to its software courses, Training Services offers classes to help you learn about the world beyond your office. For those new to the World Wide Web, there is a hands-on course on Browsing the Web with Netscape (November 21). A World Wide Web Quick Start (no fee or registration) is also held twice each month. If you want to learn how to publish information on the Web, you can take Electronic Publishing Using HTML (November 26). A free, three-hour HTML demo is offered several times each month and is a pre-requisite for the hands-on course.

See the Fall '96 Computer Training Catalog or on-line information for course descriptions, fees and discounts as well as the calendar of free noontime Quick Start classes, user group meetings and computer events for the months of October through Decemberember.

If you don't see a course that you need, contact I/S Training Services for information on referral vendors. Participants can now register electronically and pay for courses via EREQ.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on November 6, 1996.

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