I've been using computers since 1990. I have knowledge with many Microsoft, Dell, Gateway, Acer, eMachines, IBM, Lenovo, and HP Computer Hardware. Many types of computer software including Microsoft Office. I am familiar with Excel, Outlook, Word, Lotus, Word Perfect, Quattro Pro, OMOS Dental Program/Alpha 4 and various other computer programs. I've even used billing software program's. Latest programs I learned and used were EPMO, SAP and MSMS.
My first experience with computers were DOS based computers back in high school and then at every employer since 1990. I was able to teach myself to use Windows 95, bought my first computer with Windows 98, then bought my second computer with Windows XP. I bought my first laptop with Windows Vista and then finally bought another laptop with Windows 7. If I'm not familiar with the hardware or software I'm not afraid to research and find an answer.
I've attached and installed multiple mouse's (both wireless and wired), printers, fax machines, copiers, back-up drives, camera's, speakers, microscope, VCR, DVD player's and flash drive's.
I'm familiar with purchasing online both for work as a purchasing clerk and for personal use. I've used Ebay to both buy and sell items. I've purchased several items from Amazon. I pay all my bills online using the individual creditor's website, I rarely write a check anymore.
I've created many documents using Microsoft Word, Word Perfect, Adobe and Excel.
Hardware I've connected and installed a Brother fax, copier, scan and printer combination unit. Dell copier, scan and print. Lexmark fax, scan, copy and print. Lexmark printer. Xerox fax, copy, print and scan.
I attached and installed Wireless hardware both at home and at work. I've used 2 monitors with one hard drive simultaneously. I've attached my laptop to a TV for viewing on a larger screen.
I've downloaded many items from the internet including updates for a lot of computer programs. I make sure that all of my computer's have an antivirus program. I feel antivirus is important for windows based computers.
I've used Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 at work as well as at home.
When I train you on your computer I prefer the hands on approach.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
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