Using Windows XP?

It’s truly difficult to keep up with our rapidly-evolving technological era and the overwhelming amount of gadgets, updates, apps, passwords, etc., but the library can help! On April 8, Microsoft stopped supporting and updating the Windows XP operating system. An unsupported operating system means that performance and security will weaken. You may have a computer at home or at work that has this operating system on it. Try this webpage to help you determine the version of your Microsoft operating system.

Microsoft is offering discounts to entice consumers to buy a computer with the new Windows 8 operating system on it. If you will soon purchase a Windows 8 computer, you will notice significant differences in the look and behavior of Windows 8 & all other Windows operating systems. Let the library help you more easily navigate Windows 8: browse our library’s collection for materials on Windows 8, take a class in May, June, or July, or you can use our free streaming video instructional site called Atomic Training

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I just purchased the 07 and it is very different from XP will you be offering any classes on this program?

Are you referrring to Microsoft Office 2007?  Microsoft Office is a collection of several different programs such as Word, Excel, & PowerPoint. If so, we are only offering classes on Microsoft Word & Excel 2010. However, 2007 & 2010 are very very similar & I would encourage you to explore our class offerings at this link:

I apologize if I misunderstood, but does this answer your question?
~Anthony Andros
Virtual Services Librarian


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