[8:00 AM] Washington Apple Pi Group Offers Host Of Training Classes
The excellent Washington Apple Pi users group is offering a series of lessons and tutorials and a number of Mac related topics. If you are in the greater D.C. area, you may want to check them out. According to the Washington Apple Pi user group:
Washington Apple Pi, a Mac computer user group in the Washington, DC area, is offering a growing list of tutorials for Mac users at very reasonable prices.
"We are working very hard to make our classes interesting and useful," says WAP President Lorin Evans. "New iMac users will find some especially useful classes, as will graphics design and web professionals."
Washington Apple Pi's classroom is outfitted with new iMacs running OS 9 - ensuring that students will have the best possible experience.
All classes are held at the Washington Apple Pi office at 12022 Parklawn Drive in Rockville, Maryland.
For MAY 2000:
Introduction to Macintosh
Introduction to Quicken
Introduction to Graphics
Introduction to MovieWorks
Introduction to Adobe PhotoDeluxe
Introduction to Adobe Photoshop
Introduction to Pagemaker
Intro to Quark XPress
Introduction to Databases
Advanced Filemaker Pro
Networking for Home/Office
Introduction to the Internet
Creating a Home Page with iTools
Downloading from the Internet
E-mail with Netscape Communicator, with AOL, with Outlook Express
AND especially adapted for kids:
Easier Than Easy: Macintosh Skills, Tips & Tricks
Say It with Slickness: Desktop Publishing and Page Layout
You can find more information, including a full list of topics, prices, and times, at the Washington Apple Pi web site.