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2008-03-26

April 9 Brown Bag Lunch training series on Microsoft Office 2007

BEMIDJI, Minn. - The Bemidji State University Center for Research and Innovation (CRI) will offer a presentation about Microsoft Office 2007 from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 9, at its facility located at 3801 Bemidji Avenue North.

The brown bag lunch session format is a half-hour presentation followed by a question and answer period. Attendance is free and open to all who would like to learn more about the topic. Participants are encouraged to bring along a bag lunch.

The featured presenter will be Gary Sorenson, an accounting instructor with Northwest Technical College, Bemidji.

This session will include a comparison of navigation between the new Microsoft Office 2007 and older versions of the software. The information presented will be helpful to computer users who are new to using Office 2007, those who are considering an upgrade or those who will be upgrading sometime soon. New features unique to Office 2007 will also be discussed and handout materials will be available to those attending.

The session is part of a series of training and informational presentations being offered by the CRI on the second Wednesday of each month. More information and a full schedule can be found on the Web at http://www.cri-bsu.org/BrownbagSeries.html.

For more information, contact the Bemidji State University Center for Research and Innovation at (218) 755-4900; toll free at (888) 738-3224; or on the Web at http://www.cri-bsu.org.

FOR YOUR CALENDAR
April 9
- noon - 1 p.m. - Bemidji State University Center for Research and Innovation Brown Bag Lunch Training Session on Microsoft Office 2007. Location: CRI; 3801 Bemidji Ave. N.; Bemidji, Minn. Cost: free; participants encouraged to bring a lunch. For information: (218) 755-4900; (888) 738-3244; http://www.cri-bsu.org.


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