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JobMap How-To Guide

Confused about how to use you new JobMap account? Have no fear, our handy How To Guide is here, with detailed step by step instructions for registering for workshops, downloading handouts and materials, and uploading your resume and cover letter. 

Creating Lists in Word

Everyone loves making lists. In Word 2010,  you can quickly add bullets or numbers to existing lines of text to create lists, or Word can automatically create lists as you type. learn how to create lists in Word with this handy how-to guide.

Creating and Sorting Lists in Microsoft Word 2010 

Formatting Columns in Word

Columns are used in many types of documents, but are most commonly used in newspapers, magazines, academic journals, and newsletters. Practice your intermediate Word  formatting skills with this column how-to guide and practice exercise. 

Formatting columns in Word 2010


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You’re now registered for JobMap! The first thing you need to do is take an assessment of your skills. This assessment takes between 10 and 20 minutes. You can choose to assess your job search skills, computer knowledge or both.

Once you’re done with the assessment, you will receive a list of Queens Library services customized to your needs. You might get recommendations to come in for individual services with a career or technology coach, you might get recommendations to take workshops or you might get recommendations for some of the library’s online learning tools as well as other services and different ways to access them.

If classes or workshops are recommended, you can then register for those directly through JobMap.

Pinterest information sheet

What is Pinterest?

Pinterest is a virtual pinboard. It allows you to organize (“pin”) and share images you find on the web (as well as upload your own images.) It is social because you may browse the pins and boards of other Pinterest users and copy (“repin”) those images. You can also follow other users.