Facebook for Seniors
Have you ever wanted to share photos and fun thoughts about your life with friends and family but didn’t want the hassle of a blog that everyone can read?
Facebook might be the answer for you and other seniors who are getting to know the internet or who are web savvy.
The following is a tutorial on how to join Facebook, set your privacy settings, and find Friends.
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Before we get started, I want to make sure you can read the words on this screen.
If you went too big, hold down the ctrl key and tap the - key (minus sign) while holding down the “ctrl” key. (If you have a Macintosh computer, use the Apple key in place of the ctrl key.)
Also on some pages, there is more than one graphic. If you can’t see the image, click on the graphic.
A series of four tiny boxes and arrows will appear. You can click on them to change the image.
If you’re ready to begin, click on next page in the lower right corner.

Have you ever wanted to share photos and fun thoughts about your life with friends and family but didn’t want the hassle of a blog that everyone can read?

Facebook might be the answer for you and other seniors who are getting to know the internet or who are web savvy.

The following is a tutorial on how to join Facebook, set your privacy settings, and find Friends.

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Before we get started, I want to make sure you can read the words on this screen.

If you went too big, hold down the ctrl key and tap the - key (minus sign) while holding down the “ctrl” key. (If you have a Macintosh computer, use the Apple key in place of the ctrl key.)

Also on some pages, there is more than one graphic. If you can’t see the image, click on the graphic.

A series of four tiny boxes and arrows will appear. You can click on them to change the image.

If you’re ready to begin, click on next page in the lower right corner.