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How To: Check and replace the fuses on a car

Kim, a staff mechanic of Driverside, demonstrates how to check the fuses in a car. In majority of the cars the main fuse box could be located on the left side of the kick panel situated near the driver seat. Inside the car, he opened a cover stating fuse box (near the driver seat), by turning a small lever, he dispatched the fuse cover with ease. A pilot map can be found behind the back of the cover panel. The Map elucidates all kinds of fuses distributed in the car and their amperages. Then ...

How To: Create a nested unique list via a pivot table in 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 250th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to create a unique list of customers within a unique list of sales representatives using a pivot table (PivotTable).

How To: Get the cheapest airline deals for the holidays

Going home for the holidays? Flights during this time of year can get pretty pricey because air carriers know that a lot of customers will need to fly. There are ways around the fare hikes though. In this tutorial, Rick Seaney, CEO Farecompare.com, an airfare shopping site, and columnist on ABCNews.com breaks down how to get a cheap airline ticket for the holidays. Follow along and get some quick tips on exactly when and where you should buy your ticket this year so you still have money for g...

How To: Create nested unique lists in Excel via array formulas

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 251st installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to create a unique list of customers within a unique list of sales reps using a series of standard formulas in tandem with a few array formulas.

How To: Get personalized traffic reports with Ford SYNC

Knowing what traffic lies ahead is detriment to getting home on time. If you get stuck in a traffic jam or road construction, then the only thing you gain is frustration. But with Ford's new SYNC system, you can get up-to-date real-time traffic reports for your local area or specific drive home. Real-time traffic reports help keep you posted on construction, accidents, and other accidents in your commute. You just need to set up some simple preferences on your online owner's account.

How To: Call 911 using Ford SYNC

If it's an emergency, sometime you just don't have enough time or energy to pick up your mobile phone and call 9-1-1. Sometime you just can't move and the only thing still working is your mouth. Ford's new SYNC system provides an option for hands free 911 Assist. In a crash involving airbag deployment, 911 Assist places a call directly to a 911 operator. Your bluetooth phone must be on and stored somewhere inside the vehicle.

How To: Pair your bluetooth phone to Ford SYNC

Sometimes pairing your mobile phone with your car is a difficult and unwritten chore to accomplish. But now with Ford's new SYNC system, you can easily pair your cell phone. It's as easy as pressing the Phone button. Let it search for already stored bluetooth devices, and if none are stored, simply press the Arrow buttons until you see the Add Bluetooth Device option. It's that easy!

How To: Use audible texting features with Ford SYNC

Texting is one of the biggest problems in automobiles today. It's very dangerous and distracting. Ford's new SYNC system makes texting safe for everyone, with audible texting. If you receive a text message on your mobile phone, SYNC can read the message to you out loud with the touch of a button. It can even translate LOL and smiley faces. See how!

How To: Use turn-by-turn navigation with Ford SYNC

Turn-by-turn navigation is easy with Ford's new SYNC system. Cities, businesses, your favorite places - name your destination and SYNC returns with your turn-by-turn directions. To add your favorite locations, you simply need to visit your owner account online, then you're ready to find your favorite directions, or any other directions needed.

How To: Manage color in Aperture

Instead of using Photoshop, why not give Apple's Aperture a try? Aperture is designed more for post-production work for professional photographers, letting you cull through shoots, enhance images, manage massive libraries, and deliver stunning photos.

How To: Understand the basics of food safety in cooking

"Foodborne illnesses are responsible for more than 75 million illnesses, more than 230,000 hospitalizations, and approximately 5000 deaths each year in the United States." In this six-part video lesson, learn about the basics of food safety in a commercial food enviornment. In the first video, three types of contamination are gone over as well as how improper handling can allow food to become dangerous to your patrons. In video two, learn about proper holding times and temperatures, and what ...

How To: Develop a competitive advantage

In this video, we learn how to develop a competitive advantage. A competitive advantage answers the question "what are you best at." You just need to better than your competitors at what you do in delivering value to your customers. Think about why your customers buy products from you. If you have the competitive advantage clearly identified, it will get you the customers that you want and keep the customers that you have. Put the competitive advantage together by thinking about the company n...

How To: Utilize iPhone "freemium" strategies to profit

With the spread of smartphones and free online games, the "Freemium" model of product distribution and monetization has become prevalent over the last several years. At it's essence, it is handing out software products for free and then allowing customers to pay for in-software services using microtransactions. This video features some businessmen who do business in iPhone apps discussing how they use "Freemium" systems in their apps to make the most money possible while providing great servi...

How To: Find your public IP address & use dynamic DNS

In this video from apexcctv we learn how to find your public IP address and then use dynamic DNS to keep it updated in regards to your security needs. If you go to Whatismyip.com you will see your IP address. You can also go to Google and search for "find my IP address." A service called Dynamic DNS keeps track of your customers IP address. It will map a name to an IP address. Static DNS entries do not change. To set up DNS you can go to CCTV tutorials on the ApexCCTV website. You should set ...

How To: Landscape the entrance area to a business

When customers come to your place of business, you want them to feel welcome and comfortable. In this video tutorial, Dave of Growing Wisdom discusses design principles to keep in mind when you're redoing the entryway to your business. For more and better information, and to get started redoing the entrance to your own business establishment, watch this landscaper's guide.

How To: Sell stuff at a flea market

Selling stuff at the local flea market sounds easy enough, but it isn't anything like having a yard sale. There's a lot more to it that just getting rid of your junk, and the biggest things are being licensed and having a sales tax number. Flea market vendor may not be your first career choice but, like many, you may find it’s a lucrative full-time job or a profitable and fun sideline.

How To: Log In to AT&T Online Account Management

AT&T Online Account Management portal for small business customers is a great place to manage a sea of information, BUT, it won't do you any good unless you know how to log in. This clear how-to shows you how to enter your AT&T username and password so you can manage your account online.