||Some results of studies on PC or Web use of elderly people tend to be interpreted by some skill levels in use. Grounds and criteria for the skill levels are, however, not clear in some situation, and we often have trouble to separate user’s experience from age-related changes. In this study, we aimed to collect information about what many people think the Web skills are. We recorded some Web tasks of six elderly people on videos, then, four evaluators, a teacher in PC school for elderly people, a Web designer, and two specialists for Web usability tests, watched them and evaluated user’s skill levels. We found that some differences between skill levels gleaned from user’s answers on questionnaires and the results by evaluators. We also found that evaluators tend to think skills in PC use (typing skill, etc.) as total skill in both PC and Web use. In addition, the results of evaluation varied according to assumptions that evaluator think how old the user is.