March 11, 2017 presenter is Laurie Dunning informing us on Ventura Library's e-library

March Workshop will conclude learning about making greeting cards.

Previous presenters and workshops:

January 14, 2017 and February 11, 2017 presenter was Michael Shalkey who will gave us some Gmail tips and tricks also introduced us to many of the other Google products we might not know about..

January and February workshop - make your own greeting cards with Microsoft Word

November Workshop: With Christmas coming, the lesson included a mailmerge review, making single-fold cards, and tri-fold letters with pictures.

October speaker Michelle Rogers from our newspaper the Ventura County Star. Her program was on excessing the newspaper online.

October Workshop Creating stationary using Word Art in Microsoft Word

Our September speaker, Bob Crum, doesn't care for Microsoft's Outlook email program, as he said pictures canít be put into the body of an email. He loves Thunderbird for this reason and other features, such as being able to make the page background gray instead of a glaring white. He suggested having different email programs for differ-ent reasons and has five. Half of the group indicated they have at least two. Do not have the

September Workshop Powerpoint

MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION

The VBPCUG meets on the 2nd Saturday of each month in the third floor lounge of Cyprus Place Independant Living, at 1220 Cyprus Place, Ventura, CA from 9:15 AM - 10:00 AM for the WorkShop, and from 10:00 AM until 10:30 AM for Question and Answers, and we take a short coffee break from 10:30 to 11:00 am, and from 11:00 to Noon we have a Program lead by informative Computer Users who tell us how to use many of the programs available to us. Visitors are welcome.

Membership dues are $15.00 single and $18.00 Family when paid in January. Members joining in June pay $8 for single, $10 for family. Members who are residents of Cyprus Place Independent living (or Assisted Living) need not pay dues.

With this membership fee you will receive a monthly Newsletter. It will also have a re-cap of the Q & A, and tips and tricks and shortcuts that will make your computing life easier.

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