Computer Classes

Computer Programs

Programs in basic computer and internet use are offered on an ongoing basis. Classes are held in the Computer Lab and are limited to 16 students per class. Classes meet twice a week on Tuesdays or Friday from 10 to 11 a.m. You may sign up for one day or multiple days, as you need. Days and dates are not absolute(s) until you register. If you are interested in any of these classes, please fill out one registration form for the class you wish to start with using the links below. Please be patient as we work to get you into a class as fast as we can. You must have been registered and contacted in order to come to class. For further information, please contact Bella Abril at (936)-291-5485 or by email

In January...

Beginning Microsoft PowerPoint classes will be held in the morning at 10 a.m. Tuesdays or afternoon on Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. starting January 9th through 30th in the Adult Computer Lab. These classes teaches participates how to make a slide show presentation using PowerPoint features. This program is for adults 17 years or older and a library card is needed to attend class. Class size is limited and registration is required. Please sign up below.

Computer Class Schedule

Microsoft PowerPoint

January 9th: Start a New Presentation
January 16th: Pre-Formatted Slide and Content Part 1
January 23rd: Pre-Formatted Slide and Content Part 2
January 30th: Adding Manual Content and Customization

Computer Courses

Computer Basics course includes:

  • How to use the mouse
  • How to use the keyboard
  • How to use the internet 
  • How to use web based e-mail
  • Parts of the computer

Intermediate course includes:

  • Creating and Saving files
  • Creating and Moving files into folders
  • Deleting and File Types
  • Downloading Files
  • Downloading Programs

Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office course includes classes for Word 2010, PowerPoint2010, and Excel 2010. When you sign up for Microsoft Office, you will start with Word 2010 and work your way through Excel 2010. Students that have newer computers and Office 2013 will be given guides similar to the 2010 Guides, so students can practice class material at home.

PowerPoint 2010

  • Set a Theme and Title Slide 
  • Add a Pre-Formatted Slide and Content Part 1 
  • Add a Pre-Formatted Slide and Content Part 2 
  • Adding a Blank Slide and Manual Content/ View a Slideshow and Customize Entries 
  • Personal Presentations 

Excel 2010

  • Data Entry/ Layout 
  • Cell Formatting  
  • Formulas 
  • Manipulating a Finished Table 

Word 2010

  • Typing and Corrections 
  • Formatting Text/ Pictures and Graphics 
  • Tables and Charts/ Copy and Paste 
  • Bullets and Outlines / Smart Art