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The meetings consist of computer classes on the older computers that are no longer sold. They are open to the public at no charge. DMA members are encouraged to come and get answers to their computer questions that are not available from the local computer stores. The classes cover software and hardware and how to upgrade or repair common troubles. Software covers spreadsheets, word processing, music, graphics, DOS, Win3.1, Win95, Win98, WinNT, and Win2K. Hardware covers memory, disk, CD, floppy disks, zip drives, power supply replacement, cleaning, etc. All classes are tailored to the needs of the members and can be most subjects at any time. If you call Gary at[masked] during the week, he can prepare to answer your questions or many times a quick answer on the phone is all that you may need. Past classes showed how to connect the computer to MIDI keyboards and writing music on the computer. Making a spreadsheet to balance your checkbook. Making a form to fill out for daily records. Replacing a bad CD recorder and cleaning. Downloading your photos. Replacing a bad power supply. Running anti-virus software and updates. Rebuilding hard disk systems after a crash. The classes can also show the pre-PC computers that are in the Dayton Computer Museum. The students from Wright State will be getting information for their class work as assigned by their professors. Local computer stores have sent customers to the meetings to get help on the older machines. You have questions? We really have the answers!
Call Gary Ganger at (937)[masked] for more info.