SLO Bytes is a PC Users Group dedicated to educate its members in the use of personal computers, digital devices and software.

The group meets on the first Sunday of each month at the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) Hall at 520 Dana Street, San Luis Obispo. All meetings are open to the public at no cost. Learn more about our group here. Map is available at
You will find a membership application at

SLO Bytes Monthly Meeting

The next General Meeting takes place on Date November 6th 2016 from 12:45-3:30 p.m.

The First Session will feature Alan Raul moderating a Questions and Answers program from 12:45-2:00 p. m.

During the break, from 2:00-2:30 pm, coffee and cookies will be offered as well as a chance for you to chat with other club members.

The Second Session will consist of several SLO Bytes members, each demonstrating a program that they use but that may be less familiar to other members.

SLO Bytes member Russ Foster will lead off, presenting DraftSight by Dassault Systems. They are the maker of SolidWorks, a strong rival of 3D AutoCad.
The program is free to individuals, even for business use. The paid versions are the same, but offer support., Choose Download Draftsight Free. There are also many training aids available.

Other presenters will follow.

Contact John Waller at johnlwaller at for additional information about SLO Bytes and the scheduled presentation.

SIGs - (Special Interest Groups)

For information about the Linux SIG meeting time and location, see

For information about the DigitalPhotography SIG meeting time and location see

Bulletin Board
The SLO Bytes Bulletin Board is located at Its content is viewable by all but you must be registered to post or reply to posts.
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SLO Bytes Club Officers - Contact Information

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