Printing is available, $0.15 per page - black and white only
Laptops are available for in-house checkout with your library card and driver's license. **Printing from laptops is not available at this time.**
Rules & Requirements
Patrons with library cards may use the computer for 2 hours per day.
A library card is required to access the computers. Exceptions are made for visitors who do not live in Walker County and do not have a Texas ID. These visitors may receive a guest pass usable up to 1 hour.
Patrons who bring children with them to the library must use 1 of the 2 Adult Computers in the Children's Room
Programs in basic computer use and Office 2010 for adults are offered on an ongoing basis. Classes are held in the Computer Lab and are limited to 16 students per class. Each course will also have Individual Help sessions for those who have taken the class and need extra help on the material. Classes meet on Tuesday and Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Each computer course will run for 3 months and registration will start about a month before the first class is scheduled. Class schedules will be updated periodically.
Students who are in good standing and have already registered for classes will be given a chance to register two weeks before the public will be allowed to register.
Computer Basics course includes:
How to use the mouse
How to use the keyboard
How to use the internet
How to use web based e-mail
Parts of the computer
Intermediate course includes:
Creating and Saving files
Creating and Moving files into folders
Deleting and File Types
Typing and Corrections
Formatting Text/ Pictures and Graphics
Tables and Charts/ Copy and Paste
Bullets and Outlines / Smart Art
Set a Theme and Title Slide
Add a Pre-Formatted Slide and Content Part 1
Add a Pre-Formatted Slide and Content Part 2
Adding a Blank Slide and Manual Content/ View a Slideshow and Customize Entries
Data Entry/ Layout
Manipulating a Finished Table
Microsoft Office course includes classes for Word 2010, PowerPoint 2010, and Excel 2010. When you sign up for Microsoft Office, you will start with Word 2010 and work your way through Excel 2010. Students that have newer computers and Office 2013 will be given guides similar to the 2010 Guides, so students can practice class material at home.
You will be able to click on these once the registration has begun Intermediate: 2017 PowerPoint Course: 2017 Basic Computer Class: January 3rd-March 31st