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Windows Movie Maker Class Offered At The Franklin Public Library

Dec. 2, 2010

Learn how to turn ordinary pictures into a DVD slideshow at a two-day hands-on class at the Franklin Public Library.

 

The dates are Tuesday and Thursday, December 7th and December 9th from 6pm tp 8pm.

 

The total cost for the two-day class is only $10. The class is directed to the beginner computer user. The Windows Movie Maker class will introduce you to a FREE computer program to create your movies.

 

Stop in at the Franklin Public Library at 9151 West Loomis Road to register for the Windows Movie Maker class. Find out about this class and other computer class offerings taught by The Computer Guy, Joe Schoen. Listings of January and February classes are also available. Phone registration is also available at 414-425-8214 with payment expected before the computer classes.

 

Many computer classes are sponsored by the Friends of the Frankin Public Library. All adults are welcome. There are NO residency requirements.

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