Monthly Archives: March 2016

A dive into google sheets

Google sheets are the swiss army knife of computing. Spreadsheets are still the first step most people will take into real problem programming. I agree with Mike James  on that.   Work in the cloud, add forms entry, a query language, community extensions … Continue reading

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Twitter follow up

As promised,  here’s a link to the presentation viewable online via Google Presentations. And here are a couple great links to Twitter tutorials – the GVPL recommends these two sites, GCF LearnFree and Techboomers, to patrons because they have a wealth of tutorials … Continue reading

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Twitter up Tuesday afternoon, March 22nd

Lets lighten up this spring…  Shake off the hermitage… fluff out our feathers… and tweet out to everyone.  Learn how at Matthew Bingham’s “Introduction to Twitter” presentation,  our monthly presentation for March. Mathew comes from the Greater Victoria Public Library. Learn about ♥ Signing up to Twitter ♥ … Continue reading

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File Management Notes

 The Seniors Shared Interest Group started studying file management March 7th.  Here are the notes from the first class  and from the second class , third class. and 4th class.  Please note, not all tasks were completed as shown. File Management Part 4 March … Continue reading

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Windows10: Lab computers all updated

Gord Collins has worked hard upgrading all our Lab computers from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Way to go & thanks Gord.  Microsoft Office 2010 and Roots Magic have been installed, but very few other programs.  You might consider using … Continue reading

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