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    SeniorNet's mission is to provide older adults education for and access to computer technologies to enhance their lives and enable them to share their knowledge and wisdom. Find out how you can become a part of SeniorNet and start enjoying the benefits of membership today!


    If you are looking for some help to learn new or enhance existing computer skills, you have found the right place. Welcome. Come on in and make yourself at home. SeniorNet is the nation’s premier and most respected nonprofit organization specializing in computer and Internet education for adults over 55 and those in need (veterans, disenfranchised, and those with disabilities) Since 1986, SeniorNet has empowered more than two and a half million students by providing encouragement, lifelong learning opportunities and new worlds to explore via the Internet. Based in Fort Myers, Florida, we have learning centers across the United States, including Indian Reservations with international affiliations in Nepal, Netherlands, South Korea, China, UK, Sweden and New Zealand.


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How To Tips


Following is a list of tips (or "HowTos") for performing many different tasks on your Windows computer. Each HowTo is organized into three parts. First, a description of WHY you'd want to do this particular thing?, what will it accomplish for you?, how will it help you? Second, a step-by-step procedure showing you HOW to perform the task which you can print out and save. And, third, a brief VIDEO CLIP demonstrating the procedure which you can view as often as you wish.

If you are using a dial-up connection, please allow some time for the video clips to load.

Note: If you are having trouble viewing the video clips, you should download the Macromedia Shockwave Player. Click here and follow the directions on the page.

The tutorials in the first set on this page were created by Vic Laurie of the Ewing New Jersey SeniorNet Learning Center.

The tutorials in the second set on this page were created by a team of graduate students at DePaul University (Venita Black; Jennifer Domingo; Jeremy Johnston; Amy Streenz).

Many thanks to these volunteers for creating these useful tutorials.

Click the following links to view the how tos




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