By Ella P.
You will find oodles of free tutorials at this link including Word, Excel, Photshop and even eBay basics just look on the left of the page for a full list. What's great about these is you can learn at your own pace. I used a few of their tutorials when I was a newbie and am so glad I did :-)
There is a wonderful tutorial called lynda.com but it is for the hearing world. I googled "computer training for the deaf" and got this wonderful list, which addresses your situation a bit further down the page.
I hope this helps.
http://www.ask.com/web?q=computer+t ... +the+deaf&qsrc=2991&gct=serp
My county waives credit fees for senior citizens to attend the local community college. Try yours.
Try the internet. You can find anything on the internet. Step by step training in anything your heart desires.
A good place to get a bit of training is actually some of the temporary job placement agencies. You can request to be tested and let them know that you'd like to brush up on your skills. They have programs where you sit down at the computer, take the test and learn new skills in all areas of Microsoft Office. I believe frugalsunnie also had a great idea. I didn't know there were modules online - it may be the same as what the temporary agencies use. It would be good to check both.
Here is a link to the online training: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/CH010369478.aspx
If you place your cursor over the "support" tab, there is a drop-down list for other areas of Office - such as Excel, Outlook or Powerpoint, etc. Hope this helps and good luck.
If you need help with programs other than office, you might try that program's website for help and support also.
I don't know if Microsoft still does this, but when I needed to add to my skills on their software, I went to their website and used several basic free training modules. I learned a lot about Excel especially that I am still using today.
I'd start on their website for whatever free training they have.
You might check your city's recreation centers. They offer classes in numerous things, usually. Check the library also.
If you are a senior, you should go to a local community college and ask them about a program like that. A lot of community colleges give computer classes to seniors
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