Computer Classes

Master Microsoft Word 2013

Learn the tools used in creating professional letters, resumes, research papers, and other documents.  Beginner Word 2013, Monday December 22 at 4:00 PM, is the introductory class for learning the basics.*  Intermediate Word 2013, Monday December 29 at 4:00 PM, is the follow-up class for learning more advanced features.  We also have books and videos for

Excel at Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint

If you’re new to Excel 2013, you can register to attend our free beginner class at 4:00 PM on Monday, December 15.  After you know the basics, sign up for the intermediate class, to be held at 4:00 PM on Wednesday, December 17.  Then, learn all about creating presentations with PowerPoint 2013 at 10:30 AM Thursday, December 18.  For more helpful resources, try

Free Computer Classes Resume in January

They're back! Computer classes at Tomball Community Library will resume in January. The new Technology Training Assistant, Megan Hopwood, has a new line-up of beginner computer classes that are free to the community. Classes include Computer Basics, Introduction to the Internet, Microsoft Word 2013, and Library eBooks on your Digital Device.

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Computers Can Help Your Holiday

HolidaysLet your computer make your holiday to-do list easier.  Take advantage of our holiday computer classes starting next week:

eBay for the Holidays - Monday, 11/17 at 10:00am

Etsy for the Holidays - Thursday, 11/20 at 10:00am

Microsoft Word for Christmas Cards - Monday, 11/24 at 10:00am

Learn Computer Science at Home!

CPU InteriorAre you familiar with how to use computers but don't have any idea about how they actually work? If you think it's time for you to explore the "technical" side of computers then try your hand at these free helpful Basics of Computer Science learning modules from the University of Tennessee. Who knows, you may just learn a thing or two!

Basic Computer Classes @ Your Library

Are you an adult who needs to learn computer basics? If so, please plan to join us each Tuesday at 4 pm for computer classes.  Instructor Celeste Plew will review "Computer Basics" and answer your questions.  Celeste will also teach "Computer Basics" in Spanish each Tuesday at 1 pm.  Please call for more information: 713-450-0982

Free Computer Classes

Girl at ComputerLearning new things is not just for school kids! You can learn basic computer skills at the library. We offer free computer classes every Tuesday and Thursday at 3 pm. Come check them out and learn something new this fall!

Have you been to one of our computer classes?

Do we have a computer lab?  No!  Do we have computer classes?   Yes!!!  Baldwin Boettcher has been given a Technical Trainer.  What does this mean?  This means that we will be able to hold computer classes twice a month.  What do you need to do?  Sign up in person or by calling 281-821-1320 and letting us know that you want to attend one of our classes.  Not sure that class is for you.  Make a suggestion.  What do you need to learn about?  Aug 29th we will have a class on eBooks for iPad.  It will be from 3 to 4:30 pm.&nb

Computer Basics Class

Does your computer confuse you? Sometimes even intimidate you?  Well, help is here!  Here at Maud Marks Library anyway. Next Tuesday, August 26th at 10 am our Computer Lab class will be featuring Computer Basics.  Learn basic terminology, how to start a computer and mastering the Windows environment.  A great class to get you started.  Then come back (or stick around) for the 1 pm class on Basic eMailing.  Would you like to set up an email account, but don't know where to start? Come to the library and learn how to set up an account, send an email, how to attach documents and more.  These two classes are sure to help you "take control" or at least make you more comfortable using your computer.  Don't miss these classes if your computer has the upper hand in your house!  Registration is required so call 281-492-8592 to reserve you spot.  Hope to see you there.

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