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How To: Remove the LCD display from a G5 iMac

In this Computers & Programming video tutorial you will learn how to remove the LCD display from a G5 iMac. This video is from powerbookmedic.com. First, loosen the rubber band around the display by inserting a pointed object and freeing it slightly with your fingers. On the bottom, free the lower end of the sheet and lift it up. Now remove the two screws and dismantle the part as shown in the video. Then on the top of the display unstuck the two stick pads and remove four screws from the fro...

How To: Put your MS Access databases on your website

To start off the process of publishing your access database online we first look at a sample MS ACCESS database with typical formats and a online searchable application where users can search by library name or city and get details of the library. There are 3 steps to publish the database. The first step is importing data which can be done through clicking on the file menu and then click on import data through a Microsoft Access Database. Now select the file you want to import through the bro...

How To: Make an origami gift box lid

Barbabella shows how to make a modular origami hexagonal box lid with star design. Fold a two-sided square sheet of paper to form a triangle, unfold it and fold it in the opposite direction. Using the guidelines fold the paper on three sides forming a small triangle and leave one end as it is. Turn over the sheet and fold the opposite side of the unfolded one as shown. Now mark the points as shown and fold it on one side. Now fold it to mark point below and the crease ends at the point marked...

How To: Create & composite a 3D animation for free

This video describes the process for inserting a 3D animation into a video clip. The video starts by outlining several software programs you will need to complete this project. Don't worry, the presenter gives web addresses and titles for all of the programs needed. After all software is loaded, the presenter beings inserting key frames and x, y coordinates to make the 3D animation move along the correct path. Finally, after the animation path is complete, the video shows how to render the fo...

How To: Add a micro SD card to your Nook e-reader

In this clip, learn how to take your Nook e-reader apart and insert a new Micro SD card into the back. By inserting a new SD card you can change the reader's storage capacity, add new files and do a bunch of other things. If you are daring enough to remove the back of your e-reader, follow along and swap out your card.

How To: Spring bump locks

This is a great spring bumping demo from UK Bump Keys. Spring bumping involves inserting a spring over a bump key to disledge the mechanisms in a lock. This is a locksmith and lockpick demonstration.

How To: Chill a beer in 20 seconds

How To Chill your favorite drink instantly using household items. Need an ice cold beer. Craving a cold glass of water? This is easy to chill your beer using air dusters. Chill your beer by inserting the can into a plastic jug and then filling the plastic container with the compressed air from an upside down can or Dust Off.

How To: Make a cushion cover

With a little practice a cushion cover can be made at home easily. The materials/equipments required are as follows: fabric of your choice (having appropriate dimensions) to make the cover, scissors, measuring tape and ruler, needles, threads, sewing machine and an iron.

How To: Repair a defective ceiling fan light switch

In this video, we learn how to repair a defective ceiling fan light switch with Richard Wright. There are two types of switches: two wire and three wire, grab the one you need and tools to help you replace your light switch. Now, disconnect the power at the breaker panel and get started by removing the weighted poles on the chain. Next, remove the globes and bulbs, then set aside. Get inside the light by inserting your screwdriver into it and pulling the light kit apart. The inner workings wi...

How To: Replace a programmable thermostat with Lowe's

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to replace and install a programmable thermostat. The materials required for this project are: a screwdriver, masking tape, marking pencil and batteries. Begin by turning off the power of the furnace. Then remove the face of the old thermostat and detach the labeled wires. Now remove the wall plate. Then mount the plate of the new unit and connect the wires to the corresponding codes. Finish by inserting batteries, placing the face plate on the wall p...

How To: Make a puppet's mouth move

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a puppet's mouth move. Begin by inserting your hand inside the puppet and bring it into frame. The four fingers will operate the top part of the mouth, and the thumb will operate the bottom part. When moving the puppet's mouth, only use the thumb to make the talking motion of the puppet. Do not flap the top for fingers up and down to move the puppet's mouth because it will make it look unrealistic and unnatural. This video will benefit those v...

How To: Smoke a turkey in a BBQ smoker

SeriousBBQs.com teaches you how to smoke a turkey to perfection by showing much improved methods of cleaning, starting your fire, seasoning, smoking your turkey, and keeping it warm after being cooked. The first step is to choose a 12-14 pound turkey, and remove the wrappings and giblets, and rinse the turkey throughly, then, season your turkey, or wait until later if you so choose. The next step is to start the fire by opening all the vents in the fire box, inserting the correct amount of ch...

How To: Unpack and assemble a new bike at home

This is a Video clip presentation from all3sports guides us on how to check and assemble the unpacked shipping box. The first step to assemble the motorcycle involves inserting the seat lifter to the reasonable depth and tighten the screws. After that attach the handle bars and front brake and make sure that there is an equal amount of gap between the top and bottom of the handle bars. Then, check the brake cables are properly fit. Then, assemble the arm gauge or arm rest with the two sets of...

How To: Use instrument tracks in Logic Pro

This audio editing software tutorial will show you how to create, setup, and use instrument tracks in Logic Pro. First, Connor Smith shows you how to pick instruments from the library browser in Logic Pro. Then, learn two different ways to create instruments in the Mixer window (first with manually inserting instruments, and then by using the channel strip settings). If you want to learn how to use instrument tracks in Logic Pro, this tutorial is a great place to start.

How To: Attach a knit pocket

This video knitting tutorial demonstrates a technique for attaching a pocket that is the same as that used for inserting a heel. Following the pattern directions, you knit some of the stitches with waste yarn to mark the top of the pocket. Carefully remove the waste yarn and put the loops above and below onto double-point needles. If you're worried about dropping stitches, you can pick up the loops as you go. Remove all the waste yarn and then go back and pick up the stitches. The loops on th...

How To: Sew easy darts

Inserting darts can instantly make a baggy piece of clothing fit like a glove. Dart placement, in all cases, depends on your body - you only use darts where you need "shaping" or when a garment needs "curves". In this video, learn how to sew easy darts into a garment that needs adjusting.

How To: Use CSS and DIV tags for columns in Dreamweaver

Layers TV Host RC creates a three column layout with a header in Dreamweaver CS3. This Dreamweaver tutorial goes over the basics of setting up classes and inserting DIV tags for layout as well as dumb things that trip you up. If you need help with CSS and DIV tags when working with columns on web page designs, watch this Dreamweaver tutorial for help.

How To: Record audio & MIDI tracks in SONAR Home Studio 6

This audio editing software tutorial shows you how to record audio and MIDI tracks in SONAR Home Studio 6. The SONAR 6 tutorial includes setting inputs, tempo, metronome, checking levels, inserting Virtual Instruments, and using the Session Drummer 2. If you are new to using SONAR 6 to edit and create music recordings, this tutorial will get you started.

How To: Make a magical toilet roll

You can learn how to make a magical magnetic toilet roll. To do this, you need a paper roll, a piece of paper, glue, and scissors. You cut the roll into two pieces, connect the roll to the piece of paper, and mark the middle gap to make inserting the third stripe more accurate.

How To: Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius for chemistry

This is a video tutorial in the Education category where you are going to learn how to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius for chemistry. Doing this is really simple and easy and doesn't take much time. But, you must know the formula for doing the conversion. The formula is degrees Celsius is equal to degrees Fahrenheit minus 32 divided by 1.8. Using this formula let us convert 75 degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius. Inserting 75 in the formula, we get (75 - 32) divided by 1.8. and the answer is ...

How To: Start crocheting a beanie

In this video, we learn how to start a beanie. During this, you will increase the number of single crochet stitches in a chain. Start off with a chain three, then join them by crocheting a single stitch in the first stitch you made. Do this by pushing the hook through and pulling the yard over, then pulling through. After this, you will have a circle. Start to crochet inside of this by using your circle and inserting the hook into the circle. Crochet around the tail of the circle, then yarn o...

How To: Prepare a Powerpoint file or presentation

In this tutorial, we learn how to prepare a PowerPoint file or presentation. First, open up the software and start a new project. After this, you will start a page that has nothing on it. Insert the title of your page as well as any images or audio you would like displayed. After this, you will be able to add in a transition that will easily make this page go to the next one smoothly. Continue on to the next page inserting your information for your presentation. If you are adding bullets for ...

How To: Set up a tent when camping outdoors

In order to set up a tent, for a camping trip, you'll need to lay out all of the parts of the tent. Place the poles at the end of the tent. Work on opposite sides. Inserting the pole on both sides. It may be easier with two people. Once you insert the pole, then you'll need to snap it, fastening all the snaps. After you have completed this step, lay the fly over the tent. Snap it in place, in all four corners. Make sure that sides are below the mesh. Now, you can stake the tent. Staking the t...

How To: Make a carrot patch for Easter using an egg carton

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a carrot patch. Begin by cutting out a egg carton with 4 egg holders. Then cover it with a green felt and staple the bottom. Now poke a hole in the center of each egg cup. Then fold a green 3 inch pipe cleaner in half and add 2 orange beans into the pipe cleaner. Bend the ends down and make 3 more carrots. Finish by inserting the 4 carrots into the 4 holes in the egg carton. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy making arts and craft...

How To: Conduct a closed suction procedure

In this tutorial, Sarah Sheppard teaches us how to conduct a closed suction procedure. First, wash your hands, apply gloves, and identify yourself to the patient. Now, you will do vital signs such as, heart rate, respiratory rate, and lung sounds. After this, check the suction pressure and it should be around 80 to 120. Now, perform the rest of the closed suction procedure by inserting your standing needle and turning it off, then turning on the 02 sensor. This will give your patient two minu...

How To: Use LightScribe with a Nimbie NB11 disc burner

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to light-scribe with a Nimbie BB11 disc burner. This device is an auto disc loading system that allows the user to light-scribe multiple disc without manually inserting them one-by-one. Simply load the disc into the machine with the labels faced down. On your desktop, double-click on the Q-Q-Box icon to start the program. Start up the labeling function, select a desires image and quantity up to 100. Then click on Print. The machine will then product l...