Your Computer – Working With Windows – Computer Courses for Seniors

Computer courses for seniors - using windows dialog boxes

Computer courses for seniors – using windows dialog boxes

Free computer courses for seniors

The next tutorial in our free computer courses for seniors is a tutorial showing how to work with windows. Microsoft Windows comes in various forms, e.g. Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME and others. They all have one thing in common – they all have windows. This tutorial shows opening, closing, minimizing and maximizing those windows. An elementary lesson in developing basic computer skills.

This tutorial will continue the basic computer training for seniors, beginners and novices, those students looking to learn online and qualify in The European Computer Driving License (ECDL) this lesson will cover Equalskills element 3.2.

This is an elementary part of using your computer.

Level: Beginner

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Software – Wordpad – Wordpad The Basics – Computer Courses for Seniors

Computer courses for seniors - wordpad the basics

Computer courses for seniors – wordpad the basics

Continuing our Computer courses for seniors we explain the basics to Wordpad, a pre installed software with windows. Wordpad is very similar to Microsoft Word but not quite as sophisticated and it doesn’t have nearly as many features. This tutorial works through the basic commands of Wordpad and demonstrates how to save a piece of work.