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How To: Buy jigsaws and jigsaw blades

A jigsaw is a powerful piece of equipment, and it can make your home repair projects go a lot faster. But what should you look for when buying a jigsaw? In this tutorial, Mark Donovan of HomeAdditionPlus.com explains what you should look for when you are going to purchase jigsaws and jigsaw blades.

How To: Cut postage stamp wooden jigsaw puzzles

This video tutorial will show you how to make a wooden jigsaw puzzle, but not an ordinary one -- a postage stamp wooden jigsaw puzzle. This puzzle video will show you how to cut a postage stamp into ten poplar jigsaw puzzle pieces using the freehand continuous method.

How To: Choose a jigsaw

A jigsaw can be used to cut wood timber, metal, and plastic. The jigsaw is a very versatile tool, and comes in an array of options that may or may not work for you. Watch this video home improvement tutorial and learn how to choose a jigsaw.

How To: Freehand cut wooden jigsaw puzzles

Want to know how to make your own children's jigsaw puzzles? Well, this video tutorial will show you how to make a jigsaw puzzle using the freehand scrollsaw cutting method. So, you have to have the picture on the wooden board already, then cut away the tiny pieces of the jigsaw puzzle using freehand saw cutting. It's easier than it looks. You just need a little craftsmanship.

How To: Continuous cut wooden jigsaw puzzles

Today, you will learn how to cut a wooden jigsaw puzzle, with help from Platinum Puzzles. This video tutorial will show you the fun cutting style for jigsaw puzzles called continuous freehand cutting. If you're a scroller, you definitely want to give this method a try. This style of puzzle cutting is from the 1920's, and it has survived the ages of puzzle making. This wooden jigsaw puzzle for children are easy to make and fun to enjoy.

How To: Use a jigsaw with Lowe's

In this tutorial, we learn how to use a jigsaw. First, measure and mark the size of the circle you need to cut. You can use a compass or trace around a round object. Now, place your wood off of a table and clamp it into a place. Now, drill a starter hold inside the circle and put on your protective glasses. Now, place the saw in the starter hole and saw half way up, or to where you feel comfortable. After this, reposition yourself, then continue on. Make sure you don't force the saw, just let...

How To: Pack an electric kiln with pottery

Any prolific potter will know that fitting all of you creations into your electric kiln can be like putting a jigsaw puzzle together, except the pieces are pieces of your heart. This handy video from Simon Leach offers advice on techniques for and a demonstration of packing your kiln properly to avoid damaging any of your precious pots while still firing them successfully.

How To: Make a skimboard

Skimboarding is a fun sport similar to both surfing and skateboarding. Plywood boards are ridden out into the surf from the shore or are used to perform tricks in the shallow water. This how to video demonstrates how to build your own skimboard and customize it to your liking. All you need is plywood board, a jigsaw, sandpaper, and paint. Happy skimboarding!

How To: Fill in the blanks with custom number format in Excel

This video teaches how to fill in the blanks with custom number format in Excel. Open any similar worksheet as shown in the video or type the same to use. Select all the cells in the columns E and F and press F5. Now click 'Specials', then select 'Blanks' and click 'OK'. All the blank cell will be highlighted, now enter the value and press 'Ctrl+Enter' to populate all the blank cells. Press 'Ctrl+1' to format cells, select custom if you want something to show up in the cell but not really be ...

How To: Randomly generate 1s, 0s & blanks with Excel's CHOOSE

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 392nd installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to randomly generate 1, 0 and blank values with the CHOOSE, RAND, RANDBETWEEN and INT functions.

How To: Tile a bathroom floor

If you want to change the look of a bathroom, giving yourself a brand new tile floor is a quick and fun way to go about it. It's also easy — that is, provided you can assemble all the necessary tools and materials: You'll need grout, cement board, cement board screws and tile as well as a wet tile saw, a mastic trowl, a grout trowl, a tape measurer, spacers, a hammer, a matte knife, a jigsaw, a cordless drill, a tile scraper, a bucket and a mixer. For complete, step-by-step instructions on re...

How To: Do the Presto Printo card trick

To do the Presto Printo Card Trick, you need to begin with a deck of standard cards and a deck of plain white cards, which have been cut to the same size as standard cards. You will need to print the effects that you want to achieve on the cards in advance. You will need extra blank white cards to conceal.

How To: Remove Blank Hijacker from a Microsoft Windows XP PC

Need help figuring out how to remove the pernicious Blank Hijacker adware app from your Microsoft Windows XP or 2000 computer? It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to from the folks at Britec can present a complete overview of the process in just over three minutes. For more information, including step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Cheat with a blank piece of paper

Household Hacker brings you fun hack how to projects in a variety of areas: electronic hacks, computer hacks, pranks, etc. Search Household Hacker on WonderHowTo for more videos by this creator. In this video, learn how to cheat with a blank piece of paper.

How To: Choose a prop gun for your indie film

One of the long-standing problems of guerilla and indie filmmakers is the quest for exactly what kind of prop gun to use in their films. To help guide you through this quest, Mat Nastos takes a look at all of the options open to filmmakers, including blank firing guns, Airsoft guns, Japanese Model Guns, Real Action Markers and even firing blank loads with real guns. Check out this instructional prop video to learn how to choose a prop gun that's right for your film.

How To: Count blanks in an dynamic range in Microsoft Excel

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 532nd installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to count blanks in a dynamic range using the COUNTIF, INDEX, MATCH, COUNTA and OFFSET functions. Learn about the difference between an empty cell and a blank. Also see how to create dynamic ranges with INDEX and OFFSET (Index:Index).

How To: Create simple panoramic images in Photoshop

This video in the Software category will show you how to create simple panoramic images in Photoshop. This video uses only five images for this effect. Select the five images and put them in a folder. Go to File -> Automate -> Photomerge. On the Photomerge page select ‘Folder’ and browse. Find and ‘choose’ the folder you created. Under the layout panel on left hand side of the page, select ‘cylindrical ‘option and click OK. Now the panoramic image will appear that will have some blank areas. ...

How To: Unlock VLC's Hidden Jigsaw Puzzle Mode

The VLC media player just celebrated its 15th birthday in February 2016, marking a decade and a half of hassle-free video playback for hundreds of millions of users on virtually every major operating system. The free and open-source player is so powerful and easy to use that it has almost completely vanquished all would-be competitors in its rise to the top.

How To: Create a tessellation

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to create a tessellation. The materials required for this project are: index cards, scissors, pencil, large paper and coloring utensils. Begin by preparing a shape. Cut the index paper to a desired shape. Then place it on the right side of the large paper and tape it. Now trace the shape onto the large paper and continue transferring the shape until the page is filled. The shapes should fit together like a jigsaw puzzle. This video will benefit those ...

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