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How To: Open a MS Word 07 file by double clicking in Ubuntu

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to open a Microsoft Word 2007 file by double-clicking it on Ubuntu 9.10. Begin by right-clicking on the file and go to Properties. Click on the Open With tab and select Use a custom command. Now type in [playonlinux --run "Microsoft Office Word 2007" and click Add. Select the custom command from the list and close the window. This video will benefit those viewers who use a Linux computer, and would like to learn how to open Microsoft Word 2007 files b...

How To: Repair Samsung lcd TV power clicking problem

This five part series teaches you how to repair your Samsung LCD TV power clicking problem. This video is probably best to for TV experts or those fearless TV owner. This video walks you through the steps of giving your family entertainment center some at home surgery. The instructor with careful instructions and with your TV's safety in mind walks you through everything you need to know fix this pesky problem.

How To: Use One-Click Paste in Firefox

Make copy-and-paste chores a snap with this quick Firefox tweak from Tekzilla. Just type about:config into the address bar, find "middlemouse.paste," the double-click on the value to change it from false to true. That's it. Anything you cut in Firefox you can paste back into Firefox by clicking on the scroll wheel in-between the buttons on your mouse.

How To: Add a click-to-call Google Voice widget to a website

In this tutorial, we learn how to add a click-to-call Google Voice widget to a website to get more business! First, go to Google Voice and now click on "get an invite" or log into your account. If you need to set up an account, you will get a Google voice number that will forward your calls to whatever phone you want when they dial the Google voice number. You can do this by clicking "settings" and set up a phone. If you want to set up a number, add a new number no matter what type of phone i...

How To: Right click on a Macbook

This video explains how to right click on a Mac laptop like Macbook Pro or Macbook. First you need to check if your right click is enabled. You can do so by right clicking and seeing if the menu opens up. If the menu does not pop up, it needs to be configured. The video explains how to enable the right click by going to the system preferences and then to the trackpad. Once you are in the trackpad menu, the video explains the options that need to be checked in order for the right click to work...

How To: Right click on any Macbook using the track pad

Start by dragging your mouse down to system preferences on the dock and open it. If system preferences is not on your dock you can get to it alternatively by opening finder and selecting applications. Scroll through this until you find system preferences which should be located near the bottom because it's usually organized alphabetically. Then select the keyboard and mouse icon. After that click on the trackpad tab and check the option in this screen that says "place two fingers on trackpad ...

How To: Right click on a Mac using the Apple mouse

Jonathan demonstrates how to right click on a Mac using the Apple mouse. There is a short cut: holding down control while left clicking to make the right click menu come up. The Mighty Mouse has a right click function but you have to enable it. To enable this feature, go to system preferences and click on mouse and keyboard. The mouse and keyboard menu will now open up. Locate the right drop down menu. The default is set to "Primary Button" so you will need to change that to the "Secondary Bu...

How To: Generate a Clickjacking Attack with Burp Suite to Steal User Clicks

Users are often the weakest link when probing for vulnerabilities, and it's no surprise they can be easily fooled. One way to do this is called clickjacking. This type of attack tricks the victim into clicking something they didn't mean to click, something under the attacker's control. Burp Suite contains a useful tool called Clickbandit to generate a clickjacking attack automatically.

How To: This Trick Shows You Exactly When You Clicked on That Purple Link

When you click a link from Google search, the link itself turns purple to let you know you've already visited this page. But let's say you're searching for something similar a few weeks from now and you see one of these purple links—you'll probably think to yourself, "What was I reading about on that site?"—and if you don't remember, you'll end up clicking the link again. And if you're a frequent Reddit user, you know this pain all too well.

How To: Can't Double Click to Install? Here's How to Download Apps & Use Apple Pay on the iPhone X

If you used Touch ID on an iPhone before, all you had to do to install apps and games from the App Store was rest your fingertip on the Home button. On the iPhone X, there's Face ID instead, and Apple has included on-screen instructions to help everyone adjust to the lack of Home button. Still, those instructions may not be working for you, but the solution is as simple as a misinterpretation.

How To: Right click on the Macbook Pro

While the Macbook Pro track pad is a dream to use, it may not be immediately apparent on how to access the secondary, or "right click" menu. This video gives you a visual demonstration on how to right click using the two finger tap method. Note, it is important you check your System Preferences > Track pad preference pane to ensure secondary tap is the selected option. You can access the System Preferences by clicking on the Apple in the very top left hand corner of your screen and selecting ...

How To: Edit audio sequences using Audacity for Mac

Learn how to edit audio files using Audacity of the MAC. 1 Create an audio file by using the built in recording function in Audacity. Save the file prior to starting your editing. 2 Open the file that you created earlier and test the file by playing it. 3 You can copy, cut and paste different parts of the file by highlighting the section in your file and then right clicking (or option clicking) and choosing what you want to do from the pop up file. 4 You can also add effects by highlighting a...

How To: Use street view in Google Earth

In this how to video, you will learn how to use Google Earth. First, download the program. Type in a city and state in the form. In the lower left, check street view to turn it on. Click the magnifying glass to zoom in. Some cities have 3d buildings. When you get really close, you will see cameras indicating street view images. If you get even closer, you will see spheres of the actual street view images. Click on it and the photo to get into the photo. In the upper right, you see controls to...

How To: Use Google Earth and explore the universe

This video shows how to download and use Google Earth. To download it, go to earth.google.com and click “Download Google Earth”. Then follow the directions according to where you want to save it, and it will automatically be installed. You will see an icon pop up on your desktop. Double click on the icon to open Google Earth.

How To: Remove Vocals from a Song in Pro Tools

If you need to remove vocals from a song in Pro Tools first you need to open Pro Tools and load the song. First, you need to split this track so go to Track and click split to mono. Now, mute this first track. Next, you want to remove the stereo by panning each the bottom to 0. Now, flip the phase by going to the bottom clicking EQ plugin. Now the vocal is pretty much gone.

How To: Export iPhoto slideshows as video

You can export your iPhoto slideshow as a video. First select photos, you want to use in the slideshow. Now you need to click on + button in iPhoto which is located at the bottom of the iPhoto. Then click slideshow and make sure "Use selected items...." box is checked and then click create. It will create the slideshow on the left. You can change the settings of your slideshow by clicking the setting icon, located at the bottom. There you can change the settings of your slideshow like link th...

How To: Manage widgets on the Dashboard in Mac OS X

This video describes what is known as the dashboard, which is located in the dock on the Mac desktop. The dashboard is a set of small programs known as widgets that let you see information at a glance. Some examples of useful widgets are a clock widget, a calendar, a calculator, a dictionary/thesaurus, and a Google search widget. You can bring them up at any time by simply clicking on the dashboard icon. If you want to add a new widget, click on the plus sign at the bottom of the window and y...

How To: Make art on YoVille whiteboard

YoVille is a pretty cool game, but wouldn't it be cooler if you could get in and tweak a few things? Maybe make some art? Well, you can! This how-to takes you through the steps to let you make your own art on the whiteboard in the game. You can find the necessary file here.

How To: Set custom sound volume for different applications

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to set custom sound volume for different applications in a Windows 7 computer. This task is very easy, fast and simple to do. Begin by simply clicking on the speaker icon in the system tray and select Mixer. There users will have access to the master audio mix on the left and each application listed individually, with their own volume bar. Just adjust each volume bar of the applications to your liking. This video will benefit those viewers who use a W...

How To: Use 4 different hacks to make typing easier in Windows

In this video tutorial, viewers learn 4 different hacks that will make typing easier in Windows. Begin by clicking on the Start button and select Control Panel. Then click on Ease of Access Center and select "Make keyboard easier to use". Now users are able to configure the keyboard options for easier use such as: turning on/off the mouse keys, sticky keys, toggle keys and filter keys. All the features have more specific settings for self-adjusting to the user's liking. This video will benefi...

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