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How To: Fold the JKF-178 jet paper plane

Learn how to fold the JKF-178 Jetplane. Materials required :- An A4 size paper of type 80gsm and a pair fo scissors. Its' another variations of my other paper planes models. Hope that it will be well received. Would appreciate frank comments and fair ratings from all. Enjoy. Thank you.

How To: Create flooring in Photoshop

Pixel Perfect is the "perfect" show to help you with your Photoshop skills. Be amazed and learn as master digital artist Bert Monroy takes a stylus and a digital pad and treats it as Monet and Picasso do with oil and canvas. Learn the tips and tricks you need to whip those digital pictures into shape with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. In this episode, Ben shows you how to create flooring in Photoshop.

How To: Play your first tone or note on the flute

You've just received your first flute! Now how to play it? This video starts by demonstrates the correct way to handle your flute and separate the mouthpiece from the body of the instrument. Then you're shown the proper technique for blowing into the mouth piece to get your first music tone or note. It's just like a whistle!

How To: Fix your iPod video without having to restore it

If you've ever received that grim error message from your iPod that tells you that you have to restore it, then you know what it feels like to stare down the threat of losing all your hard-acquired music files. This video teaches you how to make your iPod work again without having to restore it, preserving both the functionality of the iPod and your extensive MP3 and video library.

How To: Make thank you cards with Stampin' Up!

Handmade cards are a great way to show someone you love you care about them. In this video hosted by Stampin' Up! expert Dawn, learn how to create fun mini thank you notes! Give one as a return thank you for a gift received or give one to that special someone to thank them for being in your life.

How To: Diagnose five common sounds your car might make

Kim Parent from Drivers Side answers questions received about the diagnosis of sounds your car may make. 1. Squealing sound-Typically means brake pads need to be replaced. 2. Mechanical sound with steering wheel looseness-Probably means you have loose joints in the front of your car. Kim advises that this is a safety issue. 3. Mechanical knocking sound without steering wheel looseness-If you hear this sound when you're making turns this could mean you have a CV Joint that's worn out. Kim reco...

How To: Join a HomeGroup on a Windows 7 network

The video shows how to join a home group on a Windows 7 network by helves shows you how to join a home group on a Windows 7 network of computers. It is approximately one minute thirty seconds long. To join a home group on a Windows 7 network you first go to control panel, then you click on Network and Internet, after that you click on network and sharing center, and finally click join a home group in the top right. You now select what file types you want to share with the other Windows 7 comp...

How To: Con a Vending Machine & Get 2 Cokes for the Cost of 1

Follow these step by step instructions to learn how to hack a vending machine, giving you two Cokes for the price of one. You and your friends will love this cool vending machine con. Never go thirsty again. Just check out this instructional video and start hacking vending. Machines nowadays are SO smart that they know you haven't received your drink and give your money back. Humans nowadays are SO smart that we can make ourselves not receive drinks we paid for, get our money back, and then b...

How To: Do an ROTC/US Military-style push-up

The Georgetown Army ROTC program first describes the benefits, and then demonstrates a proper army pushup to standard. Pushups are common in the army, they increase the strength and endurance of your chest, shoulders, and triceps muscle. The push up is also a part of the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT). In order to be contracted and received scholarship benefits male cadets in the age range of 17 - 21 must perform 43 pushups while female cadets in the same age range must perform 19 pushups.

How To: Make a decorative tin for your mom on Mother's Day

Are you struggling to get mom a unique gift this Mother's Day? Do you always get her flowers or chocolates? Break out of the "same old, same old" and make a decorative tin for mom shown here in this video. By picking up just a few materials from your local craft store, you'll be one step closer to creating the best homemade gift mom has ever received!

How To: Bond in birthing centers

Oded Preis MD FAAP Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics SUNY Downstate Brooklyn Dr. Preis has received Top Doctors recognition in the last 10 years of Castle Connelly's Directory. In this DrMDK video, he discusses what bonding is and how to bond in birthing centers.

How To: Trace any email

Kipkay explains how to trace any email and then see a map of where it came from. Go to your mail service, click on options, look for received from, and copy what is listed.

How To: Create a compelling resume

In this video, we learn how to create a compelling resume. When you talk about your prior experience, write down something that you learned from your work background, preferably something that matches the job you're applying for. Employers are looking for something you were taught in your experience. Write down any accomplishments you received while on the job, and how well you did them as well. If you're graduated, let them know when you are available for full time work and when you are grad...

How To: Open RAR & ZIP files

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to open RAR and ZIP files. This task is very easy, fast and simple to do. Begin by downloading the 7-Zip program. Then open the downloaded file and follow the instructions to install the program. Once installed, right-click on the zipped file, go to 7-Zip and select Open Archive or Extract Files. Once opened or extracted, users will be able to access the zipped content. This video will benefit those viewers who have received or downloaded a zipped fil...

How To: Win playing slot machines

In order to win at playing slot machines, you need to keep a few things in mind. Slot machines are not random. They are programmed to pay out at certain times, in certain amounts, and at certain intervals.

How To: Transfer iTunes playlists from PC to Mac

This video will show people who are switching from a PC to a Mac how to move your iTunes playlists to your new computer. From your PC, you should go to the File tab of iTunes and go to your library, choosing "Export Playlist". Next, go to your Mac and select the "Import Playlist" option on the drop down menu. On your Mac, open the file for the PC playlist and use the "Find" option from the Edit menu in order to replace the parts of the address which are different from that of the format which...

How To: Compare loans with a spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel

Whether you're interested in learning Microsoft Excel from the bottom up or just looking to pick up a few tips and tricks, you've come to the right place. In this tutorial from everyone's favorite digital spreadsheet guru, ExcelIsFun, the 45th installment in his "Highline Excel Class" series of free video Excel lessons, you'll learn how to perform debt analysis with the following input variables: % Down Payment, APR, Years, Points, Extra Fee. See how to calculate Amount to Borrow, Monthly Pay...

How To: Send from separate email address using Gmail

In this video from flytenewmedia we learn how to send from separate email addresses using Gmail. This is great for small businesses. To make it look like you are sending it from your other email address, and not Gmail, follow these steps. Click on Settings then click accounts. You need to add another email address that you own. Click on next step. Now Gmail will send a verification. click on the inbox and click the link within the gmail that you just received. Now it will say confirmation suc...

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.

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