Have you hit your brick wall yet?
If you use your computer a lot, you will eventually
get stuck. This does not mean you're dumb.
The smart thing to do is to get a lesson from someone helpful
who has done it before. It's a lot quicker and cheaper than buying a big
book and not being able to find the information you need.
If you are blessed with teenagers in the house, they will
claim they know how to do it, and will demonstrate by going click-click-click
at lightning speed and then storm off saying your computer is set up wrong.
I know this, because I have been teaching these teenagers for years in school.
You might hit your brick wall when trying to get your new
computer out of the box. You may be just fine until you try to make your
first set of business cards in Word.
I would love for you to share my enthusiasm for computers.
Every week I find something new on the Internet that is so brilliant it
makes my jaw drop. (This week: Freecycle).
Even the basic programs that came with your computer can be used to help,
entertain and communicate in startling and creative ways.
Give me a call and I will come and show you how to make the
most of your computer.