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Google Photos PC Uploader Workshop

Steve Snedden
The Google Photos PC Uploader Workshop will show how to:
• Get started with this amazing new Google feature
• Backup your photo collection with unlimited online storage
• Select which photos to backup, and which to exclude and keep private
• Add new photos as you take them
• Organize your photos by date, time and person
• Let family and friends add their photos to yours

The Workshop is a hands-on event, so bring your own laptop computers to learn on.

Members interested in this Workshop should make their reservation, by sending an email to Steve@FirstSunCity.com. A confirmation email will be sent back to you, and will serve as your reservation for the Workshop. Your space will be held until 1 pm on the date of the Workshop, at which time your space will be given up to any standby members.

Steve Snedden
Steve@FirstSunCity.com

Google Photos PC Uploader Workshop Notes

Scheduled Workshops:
Thursday, October 13; 1:00-3:00 pm
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Google Photos Online Basics Workshop

Steve Snedden
The Google Photos Online Basics Workshop will focus on
how to get started using Google Photos in a browser.
It assumes that you have set up your Google Photos account.
(If you have a Gmail account, you have a Google Photos account!)

The Workshop will cover these topics:
• Adding new photos to your Google Photos
• Albums and collages that Google will make for you
• How you can make an album, collage or animation
• How you can sort pictures of individuals by name,
places you have been and things that are in your pictures

You should have your Google Photos set up with some of your own photos
and you should have at least 8 photos that would make an album.
You also should have a variety of photos that include images of
people, places and things.

The Workshop is a hands-on event, so bring your own laptop computers to learn on.

Members interested in this Workshop should make their reservation, by sending an email to Steve@FirstSunCity.com. A confirmation email will be sent back to you, and will serve as your reservation for the Workshop. Your space will be held until 1 pm on the date of the Workshop, at which time your space will be given up to any standby members.

Steve Snedden
Steve@FirstSunCity.com


Google Photos Online Basics Workshop Notes

Scheduled Workshops:
Tuesday, October 25; 1:00-3:00 pm
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Google Photos - Basic Editing Workshop

Steve Snedden
The Google Photos - Basic Editing Workshop will complete
the Fall series of Google Photos Workshops.
It will cover some editing tools that work well with Google Photos.
These include Windows 10 Apps and online websites.

The Workshop is a hands-on event, so bring your own laptop computers to learn on.

Members interested in this Workshop should make their reservation, by sending an email to Steve@FirstSunCity.com. A confirmation email will be sent back to you, and will serve as your reservation for the Workshop. Your space will be held until 1 pm on the date of the Workshop, at which time your space will be given up to any standby members.

Steve Snedden
Steve@FirstSunCity.com


Google Photos - Editing Workshop Notes

Scheduled Workshops:
Tuesday, November 1st; 1:00-3:00 pm
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Google Drives Workshop

Steve Snedden
If you're new to Google Drive, this is a great place for you to begin.

Google Drive is a great tool that’s free to use and gives you the ability
to create documents, spreadsheets, presentations and more.
And when combined with the storage and syncing ability,
it provides an excellent platform from which to organize your documents and files.
You can also use Google’s FREE suite of office applications to create,
save and store word documents, spreadsheets and presentations.

You can use Google Drive on your PC or laptop, on your smartphone and on your tablet.
You can find your Google Drive files on the computers at the Computer Club,
at the library. In fact, you can open any file and edit it from ANY computer in the World.
(needs internet connection)

The Workshop is a hands-on event, so bring your own laptop computers to learn on.

Members interested in this Workshop should make their reservation, by sending an email to Steve@FirstSunCity.com. A confirmation email will be sent back to you, and will serve as your reservation for the Workshop. Your space will be held until 1 pm on the date of the Workshop, at which time your space will be given up to any standby members.

Steve Snedden
Steve@FirstSunCity.com

Google Drive Workshop Outline

Scheduled Workshops:
Thursday, October 20; 1:00-3:00 pm
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Microsoft User Account Workshop

Bob Heath
• What are Windows user accounts?
• What type of privileges should they have?
• What is a Microsoft Account and when do I need it?
• How do I best setup a Microsoft Account?
• What kind of an account should I have for my neighbor, who is always borrowing my internet? For my Kids? For Grandkids?

In this workshop, you will find out the answers to these questions. Also, you will learn how to insure you can always get into your computer, even if you forget your password. Your questions will also be answered.

Members interested in this Workshop should make their reservation, by sending an email to Bob@FirstSunCity.com. A confirmation email will be sent back to you, and will serve as your reservation for the Workshop. Your space will be held until 9 am on the date of the Workshop - at which time your space will be given up to any standby members.

Bob Heath
Bob@FirstSunCity.com

Windows User Account Workshop Notes

Scheduled Workshops:
Tuesday, January 10; 9:00-11:00
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Microsoft Windows 10 Workshop

Betty DeRentis
The WINDOWS 10 Workshop is a hands-on class on the "NEW" Windows 10 operating system from Microsoft. To keep the space comfortable, we are restricting the number of attendees to 24 members. Members can learn on their own laptop computers which they may bring to a workshop. Bringing a laptop is not required. There will be 6 desktop computers to use on a "first come, first served" basis - or you can attend without using a computer.

The Workshop will cover some of the new features of Windows 10 and show members how to:
• customize their personal laptops
• organize their documents and pictures
• install new apps
• and have more FUN
PLEASE, come with your questions or how-to-do topics.

Betty DeRentis
Betty@FirstSunCity.com

Windows 10 Workshop Notes

Scheduled Workshops:
Wednesday, November 9th; 9:00-11:00
Wednesday, November 30th; 1:00-3:00
Wednesday, December 7th; 9:00-11:00
Wednesday, December 21st; 1:00-3:00

2017:
2nd Thursday of month; 9:00-11:00
3rd Tuesday of month; 1:00-3:00
Verify specific dates on Club Calendar, especially May-August
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Microsoft Windows 7 Start Menu and Taskbar Workshop

Bob Heath
Learn how to customize the Start Menu and Taskbar to help you use your computer more efficiently. You will learn to make changes to personalize your computer, to take the fear out of making changes to the appearance of some of the windows, desktop background, and how to get back to the Win7 defaults.

Members interested in this Workshop should make their reservation, by sending an email to Bob@FirstSunCity.com. A confirmation email will be sent back to you, and will serve as your reservation for the Workshop. Your space will be held until 9 am on the date of the Workshop - at which time your space will be given up to any standby members. Please also advise if you wish to have a Club computer to use.

Bob Heath
Bob@FirstSunCity.com

Windows 7 Start Menu and Taskbar Workshop Notes

Scheduled Workshops:
Wednesday, December 14; 9:00-11:00
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Microsoft Sway Workshop

Pam Raisanen
Sway is an easy, no skills needed, way to create a presentation that might include photos, videos, text, and web links. It can be used to showcase that family gathering, club information, or create a newsletter. Share your Sway's privately, publicly or just to who you send a link to. It can be put on a Facebook page or embedded in a website. Sway is used to input text and media which it automatically combines to create a beautiful web presentation. Content can be pulled locally from the device in use, or from internet sources such as Bing, Facebook, OneDrive, and YouTube. There is a link in Windows 10 Photo App under Albums where you can automatically create a Sway from a photo album. Sways are stored on Microsoft's servers and are tied to the user's Microsoft account. They can be viewed and edited from any web browser by logging in at sway.com, with a web app available in Office Online or be accessed using apps for Windows 10 and iOS.

Workshop seating is limited so come early to insure a place.

Pam Raisanen
Pam@FirstSunCity.com

Scheduled Workshops:
Tuesday, November 15th; 1:00-3:00 pm
Tuesday, December 13th; 1:00-3:00 pm
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