Have you lost great work to power outages or deleted files?
When you sit down at your PC, do you look at your mouse more like a rat?
Well, worry not! This March 22nd, join me for a Windows Primer for Quilters– a half-day class that aims to take the mystery out of the technology we use to create our art. I’ll help you learn all the technological skills you need to work comfortably at your own PC and PS Tablet with the Pro-Stitcher family of tools.
I will teach you all you need to know about compressed files (zipped), how to use the Windows File Explorer to quickly find what you’re looking for, and how to navigate and search documents like PDFs for essential information!
You’ll learn how to source and import designs and graphics from the internet directly into your computer, to add designs to your PS Tablet, and how to copy, without fear, from device to device.
You’ll learn, too, about safeguarding your investment with surge protectors, how to care for your USB drives, creating shortcuts, and much more! I’ll even show you how to remove the pesky anti-virus messages on your PS tablet and to tame the pop-up Windows keyboard that gets between you and your Pro-Stitcher fun.
Use your tools with grace! If unfamiliarity with Windows and clunky technology scare you away from the craft you love, don’t miss this class!
Class size is limited – reserve your spot early! Applicants to this class should be comfortable using Zoom to communicate, and should ensure the stability of their connection, as well as the fidelity of their voice and video communication prior to the day of the class! A simple Zoom tutorial can be found here.