Word for Small Business seminar offered Jan. 27

Posted by Karen Lykins - Thursday, February 17 2011
klykins@tntech.edu
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The Tennessee Small Business Development Center at Tennessee Tech University will conduct a free seminar entitled "Word for Small Business" on Jan. 27 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

This seminar will be the first in a series to be offered by the TTU SBDC entitled "Microsoft Office 2007 Skills for Small Business." The programs to be covered in this series are Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher.

"Office 2007 can be a very powerful tool for the small business owner," said Gwen Paul, an employee of the TTU SBDC and the instructor for the course.

This seminar will offer an opportunity for hands-on training in the use of Word 2007 software. Topics will include small business applications such as formatting documents, adjusting margins, using templates, using mail merge, creating brochures and flyers, and much more. Basic keyboarding and computer literacy skills are required, but no prior experience with Word 2007 is needed.

The seminar will be held in TTU's Johnson Hall, Room 214B. There is no cost for the seminar.

Due to the limited class size, registration is required. Reservations may be made by calling (931) 372-3292 or by visiting the Cookeville SBDC website at www.cookevillesbdc.org.

The TSBDC network provides free counseling to entrepreneurs and small business owners and operates statewide to assist the small business community. For more information on the TSBDC, visit the website, www.tsbdc.org, or contact the TSBDC office at TTU in Cookeville at (931) 372-3706.

The Tennessee Small Business Development Center is partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the Tennessee Board of Regents and the state of Tennessee. The support given by the U.S. Small Business Administration through such funding does not constitute an expressed or implied endorsement of the co-sponsors or participants' opinions, findings, recommendations, products or services. All TSBDC programs are non-discriminatory. Arrangements for persons with disabilities can be provided where possible with advance notice.