Microsoft sessions set in March in Silver Creek

SILVER CREEK — Learn how to use Basic Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet and the Basic Mail Merge Application sessions in March via two sessions facilitated by the Community Education Division of the Silver Creek Central School District. These three-day sessions cost $20 and are led by instructor David Nowak in Room 193.

To register, visit for a form to mail in and call 951-8111 to leave a message with name, number and the name of the desired course(s).

Basic Mail Merge Application: Learn how to mail merge Labels, Envelopes and Letters using the three procedures in the Mail Merge application with the Microsoft Suite. Minimum computer experience necessary. The class will be using the Word (Mail Merge) and the Excel (Spreadsheet) functions to perform the Mail Merge activity. Take-home instructional documents will be copied onto the student’s flash drive. However, the instructor will lead the students through the eight-step process to generate their Mail Merge document. Students should bring with them to class a new inexpensive flash drive (8GB) or extra room (3GB) on a used one, or bring their laptops to class with Microsoft Suite installed. If you choose to bring your Laptops, come early to copy files. The classes will be held Monday to Wednesday, March 5 to 7 from 6 to 8 p.m.

Basic Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet: Learn how to use Basic Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet in developing your personal home inventory/proof for insurance. No computer experience necessary. The instructor leads and works directly with the class systematically as they develop and build their document. The basic techniques learned in this class are applicable in other suitable applications, such as organizing a club/class list or address book and combining this list in printing labels and other documents and schedules. Students should bring with them to class a new inexpensive thumb/flash drive, or if the student wishes, they can bring their laptops with installed Excel software to class. The classes will be held Wednesday to Friday, March 21 to 23 from 6 to 8 p.m.