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   NEW USERS SIG   

Meets the first Tuesday of each month
6:30-8:30pm

CompUSA
2835 Santa Rosa Ave.
Santa Rosa

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Free to NCMUG members


We will cover topics of interest to the Mac beginner such as computer jargon, organizing your hard drive, Internet & email, finding software for the Mac, printer issues, using AppleWorks, routine maintenance and tips and tricks. All Mac OS's from 8 to X and classic will be discussed.

The class is ongoing and you can join the class at any time.


   SWITCHERS SIG   

Meets the fourth Thursday of each month
6:30-8:00pm

CompUSA
2835 Santa Rosa Ave.
Santa Rosa

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Free to NCMUG members
Jason Rohlfing at

The Switchers Special Interest Group is dedicated to serving the needs of recent Windows 98, 2000, and XP users who have finally made the move to Mac OS X. The meetings are informal and tailored to the specific needs of the group so come prepared to ask questions and learn new tricks. Pre-registration required.

 

   INTERMEDIATE SIG   

Meets the 3rd Saturday of every month
10am until 12:30pm

La Tercera School
1600 Albin Way
Petaluma

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Free to NCMUG members
Kerry Crook

The group was previously known as the GravenStein Apple Users Group and the Petaluma SIG. This special interest group is geared for new to intermediate level users. It offers an alternative for people who are unable to attend our general monthly club meeting.


   WEB TECHNOLOGIES SIG   

Meets the 2nd Monday of every month
7-9pm

Outsource Resource
304 California Ave.
Santa Rosa

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Free to NCMUG members
Stephen Henry

The WebSig is an web design special interest group which discusses web design techniques and technologies using the Macintosh to design and deliver web content. Intended for those NCMUG members who already have working knowledge of web page design and wish to enhance their knowledge with the latest programs and web page design techniques.

This is a on-going group with no ending date.


   FILEMAKER PRO SIG   

Meets the 4th Tuesday each month
6:30-8:30pm

CompUSA
2835 Santa Rosa Ave.
Santa Rosa

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Free to NCMUG members

Geared towards the beginning to intermediate user, we will address whatever topics the desires of the group reflect. Bring your interests, your issues, your skills and your enthusiasm for FileMaker to this SIG. We will respond with demos, speakers, Q&A, and sharing our knowledge and questions with one another.

Filemaker database application is cross-platform and Windows users of Filemaker are welcome to attend.

 

   GENEALOGY SIG   

Meets the 2nd Saturday every month
10am until 12pm

Participants will learn how to search the Internet and genealogical
libraries like the Santa Rosa Library Annex and the LDS Family History
Center to find ancestors and living relatives from any country; from Iceland
to Africa, China to England, Native Indian, American pioneer, etc.
There will be speakers and field trips and lots of fun searching out our
roots.

We will be using Reunion software from http://www.leisterpro.com but will not require this program. To sign up and get meeting details send a message to

 

   CLASSIC SIG   

Meets the 1st Saturday of every month
9 a.m. until 11:30am

La Tercera School
1600 Albin Way
Petaluma

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Wayne Till

The group helps people maintain their older (pre-OSX)Macintosh computers.

   INDESIGN SIG   

Meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month
6:30-8:30 pm

Completely Creative
16881 Schiller Court
Sonoma

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Free to NCMUG members

The InDesigner Sig is a graphic design special interest group. We will focus
on Adobe InDesign. Intended for NCMUG members who already have a working
knowledge of page layout and have been using InDesign, PageMaker or Quark
Xpress, as well and those ready to transition from a word processing
application, are encouraged to attend.


This is an on-going group with no ending date.


   DEVELOPER SIG   

Meets the 4th Wednesday each month
6:00-8:00pm

CompUSA
2835 Santa Rosa Ave.
Santa Rosa

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Free to NCMUG members

Ever wanted to learn how to write programs for the Macintosh platform
in a fun and friendly environment? Well, now's your chance! Each meeting will feature a
presentation on a programming topic, a Q&A session, and "lab time" to
work on your projects.