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How To: Design top-notch brochures in Microsoft Word: Mac 2008

Sure, not everyone will want to create brochures, but for some of us, it's the best way to get around paying a design firm— making them yourself in Word 2008 for Mac. The tools and templates inside Word 2008 make it easy to create visually stunning brochures for any occasion. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you just how to design a professional brochure in this how-to video.

How To: Start using Microsoft PowerPoint: Mac 2008

You could be a PowerPoint power user or you could be a PowerPoint newbie— you've never created a slideshow in your life! Either way, this will show all of you brand new to PowerPoint 2008 for Mac (and all of your slideshow gurus) the basics of PowerPoint. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you just how to get started and get up to speed fast in this how-to video.

How To: Disassemble and reassemble the V-Cube 7 puzzle

It's time to disassemble your V-Cube puzzle, so how do you do it? Panagiotis Verdes designed these puzzles just like Erno Rubik designed his Rubik's Cubes, only bigger and more challenging. Every once in a while it is necessary to take them apart, either for cleaning, lubricating or for replacing game parts.

How To: Disassemble and reassemble the V-Cube 6 puzzle

It's time to disassemble your V-Cube puzzle, so how do you do it? Panagiotis Verdes designed these puzzles just like Erno Rubik designed his Rubik's Cubes, only bigger and more challenging. Every once in a while it is necessary to take them apart, either for cleaning, lubricating or for replacing game parts.

How To: Disassemble and reassemble the V-Cube 5 puzzle

It's time to disassemble your V-Cube puzzle, so how do you do it? Panagiotis Verdes designed these puzzles just like Erno Rubik designed his Rubik's Cubes, only bigger and more challenging. Every once in a while it is necessary to take them apart, either for cleaning, lubricating or for replacing game parts.

How To: Use new features in Microsoft Word: Mac 2008

Word 2008 for Mac is jam-packed with tons of cool and useful features and tools that you can use to make a great looking document. Starting with the pre-made templates is the best way to go, and from there, customize it the best you can, anyway you can. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you all the great features in this how-to video.

How To: Budget w/ ledger sheets in Microsoft Excel: Mac 2008

Don't want to shell out the big bucks for some fancy, expensive budgeting software? Well, if you have Excel 2008 for Mac installed, you can manage your budget right there. Personal financing doesn't get easier than this— even business finances are easy to keep track of. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you just how to manage your finances with pre-formatted Ledger Sheets in this how-to video.

How To: Use Table Styles in Microsoft PowerPoint: Mac 2008

Sure, you can make boring tables inside PowerPoint 2008 for Mac, but who wants to add that dull element to their slideshow presentations? Nobody! Tables can be more than just numbers, they can be eye-catching and visually striking. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you just how to create great-looking tables by using Tables Styles in this how-to video.

How To: Use the new features in Microsoft PowerPoint: Mac 2008

If you've used PowerPoint in the past, you're probably used to version available on Windows, but you can do even more in PowerPoint 2008 for Mac. There are tons of new features that slideshow builders will love, but sometimes you can never know about them unless someone tells you about them. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you all the great features in this how-to video.

How To: Read a tire sidewall

In this Autos, Motorcycles & Planes video tutorial you will learn how to Read a tire sidewall. By understanding the information on the tire sidewall, you will come to know what is the tire size, speed rating and when it was manufactured. First look for a combination of letters and numbers. For example, P205/55R16 89V. ‘P’ implies passenger car tire. Some light trucks may also have ‘P’ or ‘LT’. if there is no letter, the tire is designed to Euro standards. 205 is the overall width of the tire ...

How To: Use the basics of Mac OS X Mail

Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to use the basics of Mac OS X Mail. See how to set up mail with your email accounts, compose messages, add attachments, view attachments with Quick Look, and search through Mail. Mac OS X. It's what makes a Mac a Mac.

How To: Play Minecraft on an Android smartphone

The low system requirements of Minecraft make it ideal for playing on an Android smartphone. If you're looking to find out how to download, install, and play Minedroid, a version of Minecraft designed for your Android phone, take a look at this walkthrough and check out the download options below.

How To: Defend in FIFA 11 for the PlayStation 3

If you're new to football (soccer) and are confused about how to defend against the opposing team, this vide directly from the developers at EA is designed to help you out. You will learn about basic defense moves including switching players, challenging, standing tackles, slide tackles and more!

How To: Remove fringe from monsters in Photoshop CS3

This image editing software tutorial teaches you how to remove fringe left over from masking on a monster image in Photoshop CS3. Discover three distinctive ways to remove the ugly fringe that can ruin any good masking project. These Photoshop techniques are specially designed for working with detailed hair (like a monsther!), in Photoshop masking projects.

How To: Make a sundial

This video looks at some of the issues around constructing sundials. Included are step by step instructions for building a horizontal sundial and instructions for setting it up. This activity supports both science and math curriculums. A good project providing an opportunity to use protractors and rulers. The sundial example in this video is designed for use at latitudes close to 45 degrees north.

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: Use an Eco-san toilet

In this tutorial, we learn how to use an Eco-san toilet. These have been designed to protect and preserve the environment. The excrement are disposed of separately and do not use water for flushing. The structure is above the ground and has a concrete slab on the bottom. Platforms are constructed on top of this, then there is a room built above this. There are three parts, the shallow for urine, the middle for excrement, and the last part for cleaning. The user must know how to do use the toi...

How To: Use the Android App My Tracks to time yourself and save your running route

This video represent a bit of a digression for the Google Webmaster series of videos, spotlighting a cool Google-designed Android app and how to use it. The app in question is My Tracks, a free app that allows runner, bikers, and other distance exercisers to keep track of their distance, pace, splits, elevation, and all sorts of other information automatically with their phone. It will even create and save a map of your course, which you can then share online.

How To: Make a DIY vehicle immobilizer to stop car thieves

We all know the G-spot as that sensitive area that drives women crazy, but for auto enthusiasts, it has a whole new meaning. The G-Spot, designed by Daniel Davies, is a vehicle immobilizer, which keeps your vehicles safe from car thieves. And you don't need to pay a huge amount of money to get one, either! You can make on yourself, right at home, provided you have all the right materials.

How To: Transmit files wirelessly on the Canon EOS 7D

You can easily share and transport your photo and videos on the Canon EOS 7D by using the wireless file transmission option. See exactly how sharing and downloading your files to computers and other devices works in this video. When the digital SLR camera is combined with the WFT-E5A Wireless File Transmitter, transmitting is easy.

How To: Safely lockout electrical disconnects during repairs

This video aimed at electricians, is designed to help employers and employees what is required in the standard that is applied for the control of energy during maintenance and servicing of equipment and machinery. Employers are required by law to develop proper lockout safety procedures and provide proper protection materials and safety training. This video is highly important for any electrician, apprentice or journeyman, because it will help prevent injury… or even death.