How to Organize Your Photos & Videos
on Your Windows Computer
Presented by the Senior Tech Services
So, you have collected hundreds of photographs over the years. Remember all those pictures and videos you took when you purchased your new camera? Lots of memories: your wedding, your kids growing up and now your grandchildren. Do you love to look at those old black and white portraits of family members? Priceless!
Like most people you have your photos on your computer but you hardly look at them. Do you find it cumbersome and tedious to find that special photograph you need? You always meant to organize all your photos and videos but do not know where to start. Well, this course is for you. We will show you step-by-step how to organize, catalogue, rename your photos so that you can easily find and show your collection to your friends and family.
Topics that will be covered:
1. How to create a folder
2. Utilize the ‘Photo’ program to view and scroll through your photographs & videos
3. When to use the List & Thumbnail Views
4. How to select ‘Consecutive Files’
5. How to select ‘Random Files’
6. ‘Batch Rename’ – how to rename a large number of photos in one easy step
7. When and how to use a ‘Split Screen’ to Copy or Move files
8. Select several photos of the same topic and Move them to a unique folder
9. Consolidate all your Folders: Relocate them to the Windows Library ‘Picture’ Foler
Experience Level: Beginner to Intermediate Tools & Materials: Pen and paper for notetaking, as required
When: Wednesday August 18, 2021, at 12:00 Noon EST
After registering, you will receive an event confirmation email that will have your unique link to access the Zoom event online.
Presenter: Frank Cosentino
Frank is an associate at Seniors Tech Services. Before his retirement, he has had extensive experience in the IS/IT environment. In his last position, Frank was Director of Computing Services at one of the largest consulting companies’ worldwide.
Since retirement, Frank has developed and delivered a number of courses specializing in Windows OS and Apple devices. Microsoft Office, photo editing and video creation are just some of the subjects he enjoys teaching.
Frank’s passion is to help mature adults overcome their fear of using computers and embrace new technology and applications. His goal is to ensure that his students not only learn but have Fun at the same time. Frank believes that making mistakes is one of the best ways to learn and retain information. He encourages seniors to embrace technology and keep learning for a more productive lifestyle.
The Connecting Matters programming is made possible by a federal New Horizons for Seniors grant.
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