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Microsoft for Nonprofits: Basic Excel & Word
Thursday, January 31, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PST)
Palo Alto, CA
HandsOn Tech Silicon Valley invites you to:
Microsoft for Nonprofits: Basic Excel and Word
Thursday January 31th, 10am-12pm
The Microsoft Store
Stanford Shopping Mall
660 Stanford Shopping Center
Palo Alto, CA, US
- Join us for the second installment of our Microsoft training series. This event will include basic hands-on training using Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word. Attendees will have the opportunities to receive personal assistance and guidance from skilled Microsoft trainers. An advanced Excel class will be offered in February covering Macros VBA and other advanced topics. If you use Excel occasionally and want to learn some more this is the class for you. If you do pivot tables and macros and want more advanced lessons join the February training.
- Because this event is hands-on, it is recommended that each participant and/or nonprofit organization, bring a working laptop. Microsoft has a small supply of laptops to lend out, with the most current version of Microsoft Office.
- Interested nonprofits must be a registered 501c3 and located in the greater bay area. Due to limited seating, please register as soon as possible. Refreshments will be provided to attendees. Join us for this informative event!
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HandsOn Tech Silicon Valley
About HandsOn Tech: HandsOn Tech is a national program dedicated to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of technology used within nonprofits. Our program matches technology experts with eligible nonprofits to build capacity and sustainability within the organization. Our program offers large scale trainings, cohort learning sessions, and one-and-one consultations on a wide range of technologies such as cloud computing, website development, etc. The HandsOn Tech program in Silicon Valley is geared towards interested nonprofits in the South Bay Area. Although this program has a finite end date (August 2013), the outcomes and connections these nonprofits make are meant to be sustainable for years to come.