Windows 10 – File Management Tutorial

File Management Series

File Management 1: Introduction to File Management

This mini-course will cover the theory on how to efficiently find files in your computer. It will also include various tasks and tips on working with your files, naming, renaming, moving, and deleting. The mini-course sign up will start on June 5 and the course will start on July 17. This mini-course is fully self-paced. It will require that you have a Windows 10-based computer. The mini-course will contain Video Lessons and the theory for you to apply to the lessons. This mini-course will be free of charge and is self-paced. 

Signup for the Free Mini-Course on Computer File Management

File Management 2: Applying File Management Techniques to Manage and Save Digital Photos

These courses will be a great pre-training for other courses I will make available August 2019. The course is called: Applying File Management Techniques to Manage and Save Digital Photos, and will have a fee of $25. This course is equivalent to a typical fee at a community college that would cost $125, and will be available for $25. Basically with File Management 1 and File Management 2, you are getting a full two-course series, with theory and videos lessons. You will have access to the video lessons after you complete the course, to review as you find needed. 

The follow-on course will be Using Microsoft PowerPoint to Create Movies and Photos Slide Shows.

When you take the File Management 1, you will have the chance to see the great value of the course and the videos. 

I have been teaching these lessons since 2011, and my students get a great exposure to doing hand-on work and really learn. These courses follow a method. These are not JUST VIDEOS, it is learning with a method: Good Theory, Good hands-on demonstration, and efficient practice with video lessons. 

 

 

 

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    1. Hello Shelli,

      Thank you so much. Would you like to receive computer tips via email. I am evaluating the progress of computer literacy withing USA and the world. What programs do you use the most, particularly, do you use Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint.

      Thanks again, Francisco

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