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How To: Use accessibility options in Windows XP

This video was made to help users with disabilities use Windows XP more efficiently in their lives. Starting with entering the control panel the and clicking on the accessibility options the user will have an array of options to help customize their settings to their needs. The demonstrator showed that sticky keys are for those who have a difficult time holding down buttons at once for functions. The filter key eliminates double strokes for certain keys so you would need to hold down a key to...

How To: Scrub audio in After Effects & more

Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to scrub the audio with the program After Effects. You can go about performing this by simply holding the command key and scrubbing the timeline, then that will scrub the audio and render the video. If you hold the option key and scrub nothing will be rendered. But if you hold both the command and the option keys, no video will be rendered but you can scrub through the audio without waiting for the video to render.

How To: Fix a plugged RV sewer holding tank

This next tutorial is one that RV owners hope they'll never have to experience. In the video, The RV Doctor, answers a viwer's question about a plugged RV sewer holding tank. The news isn't that great and the options can be a bit messy. So check out the video above to see if you're in a similar situation and what to do. Good luck, stay clean, and enjoy!

How To: Use a volume rocker shortcut to mute the speaker on your iPad

If you need to quickly silence your iPad, accessing the volume options on screen can be tedious and lengthy. You can also use the volume rocker, but if you have to press the button several times before the sound is finally muted, it can take several seconds. Instead, try long-holding the lower volume button on the side of the iPad so immediately mute the audio coming from your tablet.

How To: Minimize or close multiple windows on Mac

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to minimize or close multiple windows on a Mac computer. The technique shown in this video allows the user to simply close or minimize all the opened windows all at once. To close all the opened windows, hold down the Option key and Close button. To minimize all the open windows, hold down the Option key and Minimize button. This video will benefit those viewers who use a Mac computer, and would like to learn how to close or minimize all the opened wi...

How To: Put your Blackberry on bedside mode

This video, by MyBlackberryTV.com, shows us how to put a Blackberry in "Bedtime Mode" to hold all of the messages while the user is asleep. This prevents the incessant "ding" when a message is received to the phone, thus allowing the owner to get a restful night's sleep.

How To: Shut Down & Restart Your iPhone 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max

From the iPhone X onward, the Side button has taken on many of the functions associated with the Home button, such as summoning Siri, pulling up the AssistiveTouch shortcut, and more. So if you've finally ditched your Home button iPhone for the latest iPhone 11, the process of shutting down and restarting is something you'll need to learn all over.

How To: Shut Down & Restart the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max & iPhone XR

The iPhone X ushered in the Swiss Army Knife-like Side button, which can perform numerous functions, such as summoning Siri and opening Apple Pay through click gestures. This has carried over into the iPhone XS, XS Max, and iPhone XR, so if you've upgraded to one of these devices from a Home button-equipped iPhone, you'll have to learn how to shut down your new device.

How To: Take a picture with your LG GW620

In this Electronics video tutorial you will learn how to take a picture with your LG GW620. First you got to press and hold the camera key on the side of your phone. This will open up the camera options. If you tap the screen you will see the options icons on the side. The various icons are zoom, exposure, flash, macro and settings. On the right hand side you have the back, camera mode and the gallery icons. To take a photo, tap on the camera mode icon. The photo will be clicked and then a li...

How To: Split tone in Lightroom

This video shows the method to split tone in Lightroom. Firstly, go to the 'Grayscale' button to change the photo into black & white. Go to the split toning section and change the tint into the color you want using the 'hue' option. You can also use the 'Highlights' option to select the color and see the preview. Bring the saturation down to get the right color. Repeat the same procedure with the shadows. Choose the right tint for shadows. Hold the 'Alt' key down to see the effect of change i...

How To: Force eject a disk from a Mac

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to force eject a CD/DVD from a Mac computer. There are two ways to force eject the CD/DVD. The first option is to begin by turning off the computer. Then turn it on again. Right click while you are turning on until the disc ejects and the login screen appears. You can also restart the computer. While restarting, hold down the option button until startup disk shows up on the screen. Then let go op option and hit eject. This video will benefit those vie...

How To: Select different items in Finder in Mac OS

In this video, Gary from MacMost demonstrates how to select items on a Mac computer. He explains that there are different ways of selecting items, both with the mouse and with the keyboard. Click to select a single item, and click an empty space to clear the selection. Hold Command or Shift to add to a selection or remove items from the selected group. Drag around an area to select multiple items, and use Command and drag to add more areas. To select items in a list, click to select a single ...

How To: Recover deleted podcasts on iTunes

Veronica Belmont from Tekzilla shares a tip for finding lost podcasts without unsubscribing and resubscribing to the feed. To do this by a simple keyboard combo fist close the disclosure triangle so that the individual episodes are hidden, then hold down the 'Option key' in Mac or 'Shift' in Windows and toggle the disclosure triangle as shown. The iTunes feed will refresh and all the past episodes will reappear. Combine this with the "Get All" button to find lost podcasts.

How To: Use the section tool in Google SketchUp

Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to use the section tool in Google SketchUp. This tutorial covers how to create cut-away views of your model in any direction, the context options for the section plane, and how to move and rotate the section plane. You can lock the section orientation by holding the "Shift" key.

How To: Create a paper scroll in Photoshop

In this video tutorial by Tasktutorial, learn how to make a paper scroll in Photoahop. Select the rounded rectangle tool and draw a shape similar to the shape shown. Open layer options. Go to gradient. Select the indicated gradient and delete the marker shown. Adjust the other markers as indicated and use the control+g shortcut to duplicate the layer. Position the shape as shown and using the pen tool draw the paper outline by clicking and holding to obtain the required shape. move the paper ...

How To: Give someone a headache in Photoshop

Use two photos, a main image and a photo of a cracked egg which will be your source of the headache. Drag the egg into the main image by holding down the shift key. Resize the egg. Change the opacity down to 50%. Zoom out. Command T flips the image. Hold option and right click. Position the image. Add layer mask icon. Bring back to 100%. Brush. Go to color palate and make sure black paint is on. Paint away all, but the cracked part of the egg. Add the black and white layer, only the egg porti...

How To: Call voicemail with one key on your BlackBerry

In the GetConnected TV show BlackBerry expert Darci Larocque from Swirl Solutions gives an easy tip on how to call voicemail directly with one (1) key. This option can be seen in other cell phones also, but in a BlackBerry you can set a password for this. Hold the green button or call log , go to menu - Voice Mail, set your password, click escape and save. Now when you dial No.1 or hold it down you go directly to your voicemail.

How To: Do a clean install of Snow Leopard

In this video, we learn how to do a clean install of Snow Leopard. First, restart your Mac and when it gives you the chime, hold down the option key. Now, put the disc into the computer and it will load the disk. Click the disk, then it will boot from the Snow Leopard disk. Once it does this, come up with a normal menu named Mac OS X. Choose your language, then run through the rest of the windows that pop up. Choose the options that work best for you and then re-boot your computer. When finis...

How To: Protect your Blackberry with a password

My Blackberry TV demonstrates how to protect your Blackberry device with a password. Protecting your Blackberry with a password will help to stop people from accessing your personal information on your device. From the home screen, press the Blackberry menu key. Then, select the options choice. Next, scroll down to the password choice on the options menu. Select password and then select the set password button on the password screen. Enter your desired password and then press the enter key. V...

How To: Update your iPod Touch to the 3.0 firmware

1.First download correct firmware for the iPhone or iPod Touch. And change the dot extension of the file before that open the explorer and select Tools menu then go to Folder options, open view tab and deselect "Hide extension for known file types" option and click ok.2.Now right click on the file and click rename and change the extension as ".ipsw". Now open the iTunes and make sure the iPhone is connected with the data cable to the system. Now press down the home and power button of the iPh...

How To: Use the zoom in Mac OSX

In this how-to video, you will learn how to use the zoom function in the Mac OSX. This will help if you are visually impaired. Next to the space bar, there are two keys. There is the command key and the option key. Hold them both of them down at the same and press the number eight key. Once this is done, the desktop will be zoomed in. To zoom in even further, press control, command and plus. Do the same except with the minus key to zoom out. Press option, command and the number 8 to reset the...

How To: Edit quick shapes in Xara Xtreme

In this video, we learn how to edit quick shapes in Xara Xtreme. First, open up Xara Xtreme and select the quick shape option. From here, you will create the shape on your screen. Then, alter the number of spokes you see. You can hold down or select any nodes that you see. Pull these into the center and then it will create a thin star. Undo this and then hold down the control key while pulling in the center to create a twisting effect in the middle. All of these will look different and you ca...

How To: Make a real 3d text in Photoshop

This video shows how to make a real 3d text in Photoshop. First open up Photoshop. Create a new document File > new. Then select width then OK. Fill the background with black. Then go to the text tool and write whatever we want. Choose a font with fat letters. Right click on the text layer and go to "Blending options". Then edit the text in our way. We can create a Gradient Overlay, Contour, Stroke and Outer Glow. We can add any effect we want. Again right click on the text layer and click "R...

How To: Understand no limit Texas Hold'em

This video is sponsored by My Poker Corner and introduces the novice into how the game "Texas Hold 'em" is played. The complete process of the game from the number of players and their positions such as the Dealer are explained. The Small Blind position and the Big Blind position in the game are forced to place blind bets before they view their cards. Different betting rounds of the game such as "The Flop," "The Turn" and "The River" are explained and how the betting works and the option the ...

How To: Quickly Turn Off Face ID on Your iPhone

While Apple's tech used for Face ID on the iPhone is impressive, it's debatable whether it's more convenient than Touch ID. There are also concerns that your face could be used to track shopping patterns or be seen during mass surveillance by intelligence agencies. More importantly, it could be easier for law enforcement, and even thieves, to force you to unlock your iPhone.

Safari 101: How to Request Desktop Sites on Your iPhone

Having websites coded for mobile browsing is great for small screens, but if you have a Plus model iPhone or even the iPhone X, desktop versions of websites might show you more of what you want. Plus, there's the case of poorly designed mobile websites, where the desktop view is clearly the better option with more functionality and features. Luckily, asking for desktop sites in Safari is simple.

How To: Pull three fun computer pranks on n00bs, PC or Mac

The personal computer is a strange and powerful entity, capable of bringing great joy. Just as often, you probably want to chuck the damn thing at the wall because it doesn't work right. If you want to pull a prank on a friend that will really upset them, messing with their computer is one of the best ways to do it. This hilarious video will show you how to do three great PC pranks quickly and easily, including changing the contrast on the monitor and pretending to edit websites using Javascr...

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