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How To: Find the best mouse trap for you

Mouse traps have come a long way from the simple coil that snaps down on the rodents. Make sure you're choosing the mouse trap that best suits your needs by watching this video from Ask the Exterminator. This video will show you how to find the best mouse trap for your needs.

How To: Make Hershey's Kisses candy mice for Christmas

"Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse." Some mice will be stirring this holiday in your house when you make these adorable Hershey's Kisses candy mice. Bite-sized and really damn cute, don't be surprised if none are there for Santa when he comes swooping down the chimney.

How To: Clean an Apple Mighty Mouse scroll ball

Do you have a Apple Might Mouse? After a few months, you'll notice that your scroll ball probably isn't working anymore. Well, check out this video to get that Apple Mighty Mouse scroll ball up and rolling. This involves a little disassembly, if you're worried about your warranty. There will be some Mighty Mouse cutting involved. But a dirty mouse is a bad one, so why not do what it takes to maneuver on your computer properly?

How To: Care for a pet mouse

A mouse in the house? Why not? Pet mice are cute, easy to care for, and fun to watch. You will need a wire cage or ten-gallon glass aquarium, aspen shavings, paper, or hay, rodent food, a water bottle, untreated wood blocks, paper towels, toys, an exercise wheel, and of course, a pet mouse. Find out how to care for a pet mouse by watching this video animal care tutorial.

How To: Prank hack a computer mouse

This video tutorial demonstrates a mouse-hacking simple prank sure to annoy any friend or colleague. To replicate this hack, you'll need a mouse and a musical key chain. The steps are roughly as follows: First, open up the mouse. Looking inside, find and remove the scroll wheel, then pull out the mouse's old cable. Take a musical key chain and open it up. Find the musical module with two red LEDs. Carefully glue them to the right-click. Then put the LEDs where the mouse's laser is before fitt...

How To: Build a laser motion sensor mouse trap

Mice, cute as they may be, are an unwelcome visitor in many a home. This video tutorial provides step by step instructions on how to hack a wireless electronic laser mouse trap from an automatic garage door opener and a computer mouse. Find out where those little pests are going. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to build a laser motion detector mouse trap.

How To: Locate the mouse cursor when using Mac OS X

Have trouble finding the Mac OS X mouse cursor? With the freeware application Mouse Locator, it's easy! So easy, in fact, that this Apple accessibility guide can present a complete walkthrough of the process in just over a minute and a half. For details, as well as to get started making it easier to find your own mouse cursor, watch this helpful how-to.

How To: Clean your computer mouse

Is your computer mouse filthy? It wouldn't be unlikely considering computer users have their hands on their mouses all day, collecting dirt & grime in its crevices. In this two-part video tutorial, learn how to clean it up to make it look like new! This process is fairly easy to do. The first video of two, will show you the basics of why your mouse gets dirty, how to take it apart and tools you will need. The second video, will go into more depth about how to clean the hard to reach places.

How To: Browse websites without a mouse

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to browse web pages without a mouse. Users will need to use the Mozilla Firefox browser. When you're in the Firefox browser, press F7 or click on Firefox, click on Preferences and select the Advanced tab (Mac OS X). Now check "Always use the cursor key to navigate within pages". This will activate character browsing, allowing the user to use the arrow keys to move up and down the page. Holding Shift will allow users to select a text. This video will b...

How To: Make a humane mouse trap from a paper towel tube

How to Make Anything demonstrates how to make a humane mouse trap from a paper towel tube. If you have a pesky mouse that you would like to catch alive, make a tube mouse trap in a few easy steps. First, put something delicious in the end of the tube. Then, balance the tube on the edge of the counter top. Below the tube, place a mouse catching receptacle like a trash can. The mouse will crawl into the tube to get the treat, tip the tube off the counter and be caught in the trash can. You can ...

How To: Change your keyboard & mouse settings in Windows Vista

Clearinfo.com helps us how to change the keyboard and mouse settings in windows operating system. The video actually shows us the tutorial in windows vista but this can be applied also in windows xp. First go to Start button then click on control panel and on the Control panel Home view, select Hardware and Sound where you will get the mouse and keyboard setting options. Under the Classic view there will be keyboard and mouse option. Under the Keyboard options, it will show various settings a...

How To: Get rid of mice using a mouse trap

In this tutorial, we learn how to get rid of mice using a mouse trap with Rick. You will first need to know where to place the traps. Mice like to use the sides of walls to run around and will turn when they reach dead end corners. These are great places to place the traps so you will most likely trap them. If the mice are familiar with an area, they know where to avoid, so using two traps will help you catch them. Next, place the trap perpendicular to the wall instead of parallel so they wil...

How To: Create mouse events for Java programming

Want to write Java applications but don't know beans about object-oriented programming? Never you fear. This free video tutorial from TheNewBoston will help you on your merry way to accomplishing just that. Specifically, this lesson will demonstrate how to create mouse events. For detailed instructions, watch this programmer's guide.

How To: Use the Mouse Keys feature in Mac OS X

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use the Mouse Keys feature in a Mac OS X computer. This feature can be accessed under the Mouse & Track-pad tab, in the Universal Access menu. Turn on the feature by checking On. Once turned on, users can use the number keys on the keyboard to move the cursor in any direction. Users are also able to use a keyboard shortcut to turn on or off the Mouse Keys, adjust the Initial Delay, adjust the Maximum Speed and change Cursor Size. This video will be...

How To: Record and play back mouse cursor movement in VB.Net

Some of you might be searching for a application which can record mouse movements and keystrokes of keyboard and repeat it as many times as you want to and get a hotkey for it to play. You need to get two form boxes , two timers, two text boxes, one record and one play back box, one X box and one Y box. record button is actually called rec , play back button is actually called ply. Mouse X is for your 1st list box , mouse Y is for your 2nd list box, the name says it all list X is for adding t...

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: Clean an Apple Mighty Mouse

If your Apple Mighty Mouse is covered in fingerprints or its surface has become soiled, it can be gently wiped with a clean lint-free cloth. If necessary, moisten the cloth using only water, making sure not to oversaturate it. Be aware that the mouse contains electronic components that may be damaged if water drips from the cloth into the mouse via the seam around the scroll ball or around its underside.

How To: Play "Float On" by Modest Mouse on ukulele

Want to learn how to play Modest Mouse on the ukulele? In this how to video you can learn how to play "Float On" by Modest Mouse on the ukulele. This lesson is geared towards beginning to intermediate ukulele players because it assumes some prior knowledge of ukulele playing. With this how to video you will be able to sing and play "Float On" by Modest Mouse on the ukulele.

How To: Surf in Firefox using mouse gestures

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to surf the web with mouse gestures. Users will need to use the Firefox Mozilla browser. Begin by going to the Firefox Mozilla add-on site and search for "fire gestures". Click on Add to Firefox to install the add-on. Once installed, users are able to use their mouse for certain signs or gestures such as: go back, forward, reload or open new tabs/windows. Users are able to customize the mouse settings in the add-on options. This video will benefit tho...

How To: Fly a helicopter with a keyboard in GTA IV

Use mouse and keyboards to play this game. To move the camera, press and hold the right mouse button. Moving mouse freely moves the helicopter. Acceleration is set in (W) button in keyboard. To slowdown press (S). Rotating left is set in (CTRL) and right in (ALT). Use (CTRL+ALT) to power fly. Pitching backwards and forwards is also set in the mouse. Holding space bar gives you another angle. Using the controls the helicopter can be flied through narrow ways, broad-ways etc. Firing is set in s...

How To: Record macros in modo 301

This 3D modeling software tutorial shows you how to record macros in modo 301. Macro recording provides scripting for the rest of us! Learn how to record your actions in modo and turn complex modeling processes into simple clicks. Using macro recording when working in modo 301 will save your time and your mouse wrist!

How To: Create links and change elements with AS3 in Flash CS3

Create links and change elements with AS3 in Flash CS3 Use buttons to change the appearance of a button, navigate to a different place in a time line and link to a website. Use action script 3.0. Publish settings. Need to apply actions. Create an event listener. Attach to a button that you want it to listen for something to happen. When it hears a mouse click, it will execute the function. Give the buttons instance names R_btn, G_btn, and B_btn.

How To: Set a mouse trap

Be careful before you set up that mouse trap! You might have a rodent problems you need to get rid of, but the last thing you want to do is lose your finger in the process. This video from Ask the Exterminator has all the instructional assistance you need to make sure you're doing it all the right way.

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