From Sea to Source
Thursday, July 16, 2009
What is it that makes the Connecticut River such a magnet to all of us? Come, take a trip through time on Our Connecticut River to find out.
This event is free and no registration is required.
What can patrons do on these two new computers?
Among many things, you may download Office documents from your (web) e-mail account, edit them, print them
You may open Office documents from your personal flash drive, CD, or Floppy disk and edit them, print them, upload them to a website or e-mail them (using your personal webmail account)
You may create a new Office document, for example, a resume, and "upload" the file to a website, or e-mail the file (using your personal webmail account) or save the document to your own device (flash drive, CD, floppy disk)
You may add Internet images to your documents or research papers
Microsoft XP Operating system
Microsoft Office 2003 (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access)
Office 2007 converter (you can open and save Office 2007 files)
Adobe Reader 9.2 for pdf files
Resume Center Details
Printing is ten cents per page.
One hour limit per day on resume computers.
If you need help, please ask a staff member at the Info Desk, thank you.