“Microsoft Word tips, tools, and troubleshooting” sessions on Library Day Nov. 7

K-State faculty/staff and graduate students who want to learn more about Microsoft Word’s timesaving features — or who have Microsoft Word problems, questions, and puzzles — are encouraged to attend any of four “Microsoft Word tips, tools, and troubleshooting” sessions at 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, and 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7, in Hale 401 during Library Day. 

Each session will cover:

At each session, majority vote by attendees will determine whether Word 2010 (Windows) or Word 2011 (Mac) is presented. All sessions will be given by Betsy Edwards, ETDR consultant (Electronic Theses, Dissertations, and Reports) and web/information specialist in iTAC.

Each session will conclude with question-and-answer on attendees’ specific problems in any version of Word, no matter how old. Bring your laptop to show your particular Word puzzle, or to get help configuring it to optimize Word’s settings.

If you cannot attend a session, email Betsy at betsy@k-state.edu to schedule a free consultation on Word and/or ETDRs.

About Betsy Edwards

• Web/information specialist in Information Technology Services • Editor/writer for K-State IT communications • Moderator, IT News blog • Lead ETDR consultant
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