3 Desktop Publishing Tutors Found Near Columbia, MO



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Kenn S.

Desktop Publishing Tutor

Ozark, MO 65721

Will travel 20 miles

$65 per hour.

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Detailed and fun Programmer/Instructor for Computer or Guitar

I have produced newsletters for Unity Spiritual Center in Springfield, MO. I have extensive knowledge in Microsoft Office suite, Open Office suite, and LibreOffice suite. I have tutored people on the use of these programs. I have been working with computers, and programming them, since 1978. I received an Associates Degree in Computer Science from Austin Community College, Austin, TX, in December of 1979, receiving a 3.556 GPA for 90 hours of credits. As far as my hobbies go, my main hobby is playing the guitar. I have played the guitar for over 50 years, and have tutored several people, [more]


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Dawna H.

Desktop Publishing Tutor

Rogers, AR 72758

Will travel 30 miles

$45 per hour.

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Math, English, and Desktop Publishing

Desktop publishing has been part of my job responsibilities as a communications director for the past 20 years. I have hands-on experience producing any type of electronic or print communication including magazines, brochures, rack cards, newsletters, letterhead, business cards, e-newsletters, etc using InDesign and Photoshop as my primary tools. I started working as a communications director in a private school in 1996 at a time when most communications were outsourced to graphic design firms. By bringing the work in house, it created a position that has now become a crucial role in the mark [more]


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Jessica S.

Desktop Publishing Tutor

Springfield, MO 65804

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

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Highly Effective Teacher seeks to create life-long learners

I hold a B.S. in Special Education and have taught students of all ages how to create MS Word documents, PowerPoint presentations, basic web sites, upload/insert photos from a camera (or other device, such as a PC, email file, etc), link to online videos, etc. I became interested in working with students with special needs when I was in high school; a summer spent volunteering at Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters in Norfolk, VA convinced me that this was my calling. Ever since, I've spent as much time as possible learning about the variety of different ways that disabilities can aff [more]