Sydney PC User Group Incorporated
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Meetings During the Week 15 - 20 June 2015
School of Arts
280 Pitt Street, Sydney
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Alex Zaharov-Reutt will give a talk at the City of Sydney library on Friday 26 June at 2PM.
You can reserve a seat here.
Hello and Welcome,
Details of next week's meetings are below.
Tuesday 16 June - Tuesday Forum - T Kelly - 9:30am - 12:30pm
Tim Kelly will discuss the backup and restore options in Windows 7 and 8 at this meeting.
He will also look at some new functions such as UEFI which facilitates improved management of the latest hardware.
As always the group will look at some interesting websites and free software and have a question and answer session.
Tuesday 16 June - Family History - T Eakin - 12:30pm - 3:30pm
At this meeting there will be a lesson on reading Latin in the Irish Roman Catholic church registers. A written copy of the lesson will be available at the meeting and it will include a paper of about 12 pages in length that has examples of baptism, marriage and burial transcripts written in Latin.
If you attend the meeting you can secure a printed copy of this practical guide for your local library or family history centre.
This information could be very helpful as the digitised images of all Roman Catholic parish registers held by the National library of Ireland covering the whole of Ireland including the North will be available on a special website with free access to researchers from Wednesday, 8 July 2015.
Saturday 20 June - Web Design - S South - 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Steve South will discuss using layers in Expression Web 4. Layers are a fancy way to use divisions and they enable users to create sites graphically rather than in code. Steve will try a practical demonstration on how they work.
The group will then have a look at a new program which promotes itself as a responsive design builder. It’s called “WDL Web Site Builder”. See http://www.webdesignland.com/. It has one intriguing inclusion, the integration of design frameworks like Bootstrap, Foundation or Skeleton.
Information for Members and Visitors:
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