What is ACCUG?
Alachua County Computer User's Group or
ACCUG is a local IBM and compatibles users group formed to help
others with their computers. In short, users helping users.
ACCUG holds monthly meetings (the 4th Thursday of each month-see Bulletin
#3) where a variety of discussions take place. In the past we have had
representatives from MicroSoft, WordPerfect, Borland, Ventura Publisher
and Lotus speak to our club.
We have also had demonstrations from other club members on a wide variety
of topics such as - how to set up a hard drive, how to use PKZIP, menuing
programs, printer hardware, differences in computer processors, tax
programs, money programs, multimedia presentations, networks, games,
utilities the ACCUG BBS, and how to use other communications packages.
Guests are welcome at our monthly meeting.
Current ACCUG dues are $30.00/year. We provide the following services:
For more information, come to one of our club meetings or call Jim Page at
375-1057 or Greg Barton at 372-4765 or Chris Curry at 528-4922.
- These web pages as a service to its members.
- ACCUG members receive an eight-page monthly newsletter devoted
to computing and news on the club.
- Access to the ACCUG library with thousands of public domain
and shareware programs and files.
- A "network" of people willing to help with all types of computer
problems. Help list published quarterly in the ACCUG newsletter
and available via these pages.
- Monthly meetings geared toward the new and advanced computer
user. Helping members learn more about their computer.
- Special Interest Groups (SIGs), novices or OS2.
- Classes and seminars on topics such as DOS and Windows.
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Last Updated: January 9, 1996