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How To: Use Photoscape and install additional fonts

If you're using Photoscape you already know what a cool and free alternative it is to more costly photo editing programs such as Photoshop. You also likely know that the program only comes with so many fonts, but this how to video will show you what to do to install more fonts to expand all your graphic editing goodness. Check it out and learn how to do it! You'll want some sort of zip program such as winzip or winrar to unpack the zipped font files after you download them.

How To: Download additional maps on a Nokia C5 mobile phone

In this clip, we learn how to download additional Ovi Maps-compatible maps when using a Nokia C5 mobile phone. The C5 is the first offering in Nokia's new "C" series of mobile phones. It runs on Nokia's Symbian OS and features a 2.2-inch screen and 3.2-megapixel camera. Want more? Search WonderHowTo's sizable collection of C5 video tutorials.

How To: Get additional codec support in iTunes

In this tutorial, we learn how to get additional codec support in iTunes. It's not easy to find this support online, but if you go to Xiph, you will be able to find what you need. This site has tons of things to download to give you codec support on your iTunes. If you don't use this, you will have to use a different player to watch many things, because apple doesn't support many different file types. If the program stalls, just wait for it to load or you can uninstall and re download. These ...

How To: Make an image map without additional software

This video is a quick lesson on how to make an image map for free without the software. You use image mapping if you are creating a website or you are a partner with http://youtube.com. From your PC or Mac you go to http://www.image-maps.com and that is where most of the free image maps are available. Then you click on "start mapping my image" and you will see a preview, and then you follow the steps in the tutorial. The video was very informative and precise on a step-by-step process to do t...

How To: Install additional fonts in Photoscape

Photoscape is a piece of free, photo editing software to use instead of more costly programs such as Photoshop. The program is pretty cool but you may want to install more fonts than what it comes with. If so, check out this video and you'll find out how to get it done. You'll need a zip program like winzip or winrar and you'll of course need Photoscape which you can get here.

News: Verizon Takes Greed to New Levels with an Additional $20 Upgrade Fee

Wireless contracts and phone-buying programs continue to become more and more confusing. As if you didn't have enough to worry about with regards to the rising costs of services and the elimination of contracts with mobile providers, Verizon Wireless will soon institute a new charge that puts the grub in "money-grubbing." Sadly, this isn't one of those April's Fools pranks that are running rampant on the web today. Starting next week, the largest mobile phone provider in the United States wil...

How To: Enhance your resume with additional skills and awards

Optional sections to add to your resume can help fill in the gap where needed and enhance the skills and proficiencies already listed on your resume. Completion of this how to video will discuss the optional resume sections such as profile, technical skills, certifications, awards, memberships and community involvement. Make your own amazing resume today.

Hide Your Secrets: How to Password-Lock a Folder in Windows 7 with No Additional Software

Today's guide is on creating a password protected folder on Windows 7 without any additional software. Yes, you heard that right. No extra software at all! This guide is intended for beginners. But please note, this method should not be used to store financial or otherwise highly confidential material. It might be a good place to hide a planning document for a family member's birthday party or similar occasion where you need to keep something secret temporarily.

How To: Back Up Your Gmail Account (5 Ways of Archiving Gmail Data)

Last weekend, some unlucky Gmail users inadvertently had their email accounts wiped out. Actually, it was 0.02 percent of all Gmail users—or roughly 40,000 of the 200 million who use the email service, due to an "unexpected bug" which affected copies of the data. Gmail does make backup files of everything, so eventually everyone will reclaim their email history. In fact, as of yesterday, Google has successfully restored all information from their backup tapes and has started returning everyon...

How To: Convert text to SmartArt in PowerPoint: Mac 2008

Dull and drab bulleted lists are no longer necessary with the help of PowerPoint 2008 for Mac. When you make a bullet list in PowerPoint, you can now transform those boring text charts with actual visual charts and graphs and more. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you just how to convert text to a SmartArt graphic in this how-to video.

How To: Make a chili cheese nacho casserole with Betty

Nachos are a great snack food but did you ever think you could eat them for dinner? Well, in this tutorial, Betty shows us how to make her chili cheese nacho casserole, and it is so tasty you may never eat 'normal' nachos again! This is a great way to get rid of that stale old bag of Tostitos in your pantry and turn it into something fantastic. Ready? Vamenos!

How To: Use quick releases for your front and rear wheels

Quick releases are one of the most convenient features that you can have on your bike, allowing you to change out your wheels quickly and easily without any additional tools. This video will show you how to use the quick releases on your bike to replace a flat or otherwise damaged tire on the fly, helping you get back to riding without getting your hands dirty.

How To: Long press on Android cell phones (2.0)

Most people refer to "long press" as "touch and hold", but no matter which way you say it, it's an awesome feature for Android cell phones. Long pressing lets you get more information, download photos from the web, edit pictures and more! Watch as Google teaches you about long pressing, a nifty feature that reveals additional functionality on your Android-powered phone.

How To: Pit and dice an avocado

Check out this short video tutorial from Rouxbe on how to pit and dice an avocado. This video will support your cooking experience and will provide you with additional relevant information during your culinary time pitting and dicing avocados.

How To: Create a page turning effect in Flash

If you'd like to create a cool presentation with Flash, check out this video and the Flash plug-in flipdoo. Flipdoo allows you to build stunning flash flip books for both online and offline use in minutes. You don't need any additional software. Import your PDFs, configure book look & feel and publish. This is the best way to create digital ( electronic ) editions such as any type of publications, magazines, brochures and catalogues. Flipdoo Publisher is a Windows desktop application that hel...

How To: Add fonts to Photoscape

Photoscape is a pretty sweet, free photo editing software. However, it comes with a limited number of fonts installed and you'll likely want to add more yourself. This how to video shows you step by step what to do to get additional fonts and then how to install them in Photoscape. This is an excellent video designed to expand a great piece of software by letting you add more fonts. You'll need an unzip prog like winzip or winrar to help you get it done.

How To: Sandblast, Parkerize & duracoat a firearm to make it more durable & reliable

Parkerizing is a metal-coating process similar to bluing designed to protect steel from rust and corrosion. It is the more modern version as well, so if you're thinking about protecting your own guns you should probably learn how to parkerize. This video series will teach you how to prepare a gun for parkerization by sandblasting it, parkerize it, and then duracoat it afterwards for additional protection.

How To: Weigh and attach the head to your reborn baby doll

In this tutorial, we learn how to weigh and attach the head to your reborn baby doll. First, insert the stocking into the head, leaving the remaining out. Then, pour in large glass beads until the head is your desired weight. After this, tie the stocking as close to the beads as possible, then cut off the additional fabric. From here, you will fill the head in with soft filling until it's completely full. After this, you can apply the cap and glue around the base of the head. When this is dri...

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