Hi I am a newbie myself and all I can say is that it depends a lot (there are lots of hands charts ).
That being said I think it's very important you know WHY you only play certain hands in certain positions, something I've only recently come to realize (sadly ).
Now take everything I say with a grain of salt since I haven't played in a while, am a newbie, and pretty much a loosing player. That being said recently I've found out a few things about hole cards which you may find interesting. Here they are (they can,again, be wrong, this is how I see it ) :
1 Big cards (AK,KQ,AQ etc ) you want people to call but not that many, at least at the micros I wouldn't want to have all the board limping in. Those are the kinds of hands that crush few opponents but have trouble with lots of callers
Small suited pairs play in LP BECAUSE you want callers, lots of callers and NO RAISERS behind you. Those sorts of hands (89s for example ) are great if you hit the board BUT you hit it rarely so you needs two things : quite a few limpers before you AND nobody to raise after you. They just can't take raises well, it's -EV
Of course AQs is a much better hand to play so always be careful with flushes when playing smaller suited pairs
Another thing, don't aim for cards like 97s T8s, they're harder to play and you're a newbie
Be VERY careful if you don't have a good kicker (say you have A 7s and hit A 5 9 board ), they can turn ugly and,because of raising and position they can get you in trouble. If you are last to act with A 7 you can see if anybody raised the A on the board and adjust accordingly but if you are first you pretty much have to check or try your luck I guess. So we want to play strong hands from position which can't really be dominated that easily (basically hands which we can call with ). You should really pay attention to pot odds
and implied odds with suited connectors (so,again,play them in LP )
Anyway, i hope I haven't misled you, good luck