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How To: Set vertical spacing with margins in Dreamweaver CS5

Need some help figuring out how to control vertical spacing when working with text in Adobe Dreamweaver CS5? See how it's done with this free video guide. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular WISYWIG HTML editor or a seasoned web development professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the CS5 workflow, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, including a step-by-step overview, watch this free video guide.

How To: Changing line spacing settings in Microsoft Word 2010

Before you can work in Word 2010, you'll need to learn how to work with it. See how to adjust line spacing parameters within Microsoft Word 2010 with this free video software tutorial. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular word processor or just wish to get to know Word 2010 a little better, you're sure to find much of value in this video lesson. For more and better information, and to get started changing line spacing settings in the Word 2010 UI yourself, take a look.

How To: Do knitting techniques spacing & marking buttonholes

Watch this knitting instructional video on spacing and marking buttonholes for knitting projects. This knitting demonstration uses the swatch of a right sweater front to show an easy way to mark the placement of buttonholes on your knitted material. Lily Chin attributes the method to Carol Anderson of Cottage Creations. You wil be working the button bands from the right side, from the bottom up, so you'll be marking the placement of the bottom of each buttonhole. If this was a boy's or man's ...

How To: Learn even finger spacing on the cello

Watch this instructional cello playing video to learn how to space your fingers evenly on the cello for the beginners. The second and third fingers tend to be too close together but the Spock sign usually ameliorates this. The tutorial also offers effective alternative solutions to help the finger spacing. This is a great video for beginning cello performers and enthusiasts.

How To: Use the double space function in MS Word 07

Here you will learn how to use the double space function in MS Word 07. To use the double space function in MS Word, do the following: Open MS Word 07. After typing in some text, highlight the part which you want to double space. Click on the Icon that says "Line Spacing". Click on it and scroll down to find 2.0. Click on it. Now your work has been double spaced. A shortcut to do this would be to click Control and 2, and it will automatically double space everything for you.

How To: Make a three string guitar out of a cigar box

This video will show viewers how to simply make a 3 string guitar using an empty cigar box, a piece of oak, some string, and a few eyebolts. You start with a 1 by 2 piece of oak which is about 3 feet long. First, you should begin by making some markings along one side of the oak, first at 1/2 an inch and then at 1/4 inch spacing after that. Drawing 3 symmetrical lines where the strings should go, drill holes at the intersections of the lines you have drawn. The holes should be made using a 1/...

How To: Wax and scrape your snowboard

In this video by 585 Productions, Jake teaches you how to wax and scrape your snowboard. You will need an iron, a plastic, scraper, and a Scotch-Brite pad. Before you begin, loosen the bindings because heating the board with the screws tight can warp the base. First take the Scotch-Brite pad and wipe down the entire board in order to get all the grime, dirt, and old wax off of it. Next, using an iron that has temperature control, set it to get hot enough to melt the wax, but not so hot that t...

How To: Create an old rusty control panel 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 an old rusty control panel in Photoshop.

How To: Master playing as Guile in Street Fighter 4

Guile has been a part of Street Fighter for the duration of the series, and in Street Fighter 4 he is as awesome as ever. This video for those new to the series but with some Street Fighter experience will show the basics of playing as Guile in SF2, and should have you winning some fights in no time. It focuses on using pokes and special moves to control spacing.

How To: Choose cool weather veggies & flowers for your garden

The presenter, John White, explains how to choose and transplant cold weather vegetables and flowers in this video. The first vegetable he identifies is spinach. He suggests ensuring that the plant has been "hardened off" when buying transplants from the nursery. Next John presents leaf lettuce, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and Swiss chard as some additional vegetables. He does remind the watcher to consult the plant labels for all the spacing information they may need. Moving on to flowers, J...

How To: Create a postage stamp in Photoshop

This video tutorial by photoshopuniverse shows you how to create a postage stamp in Photoshop. First take a suitable image and decide the shape of the stamp. Corp the image to suit the shape of the stamp by selecting the area and choosing corp and increase the canvas size as shown in order to create the perforated cutout. Transform the image into a regular layer and once again increase the canvas size to create a back ground with an appropriate color as shown. Add a layer mask, chose the brus...

How To: Create dotted lines in Photoshop

In this tutorial Photoshopuniverse describes how to create dotted lines in Adobe Photoshop using the brush palette. First create a new blank document in Adobe Photoshop. To open brushes palette, go to menu Window - Brushes. By adjusting spacing and hardness of brush under Brush Tip Shapes menu you can draw desirable dotted lines. To get uniform circled dots uncheck Shape Dynamics box. By holding the shift key click and drag to get a straight dotted line. To create bullet holes or perforated h...

How To: Create a plate wall

To build your plate display you will need a plate collection, some plate hangers, and a hammer. A good part of hanging plates on the wall is you can use cracked and chipped plates in your display. To get the plates ready to hang all you have to do is make sure they are clean and measured correctly so that you can get the right hangers for the plates. When purchasing plate hangers go with the smaller size. If the plate is 10 inches buy the 7-10 inch hanger rather than the 10-14 inch hanger. Yo...

How To: Tape the butt end of a hockey stick

In this how to video, you will learn how to tape up a hockey stick. You will need hockey tape and a hockey stick to do this. First, take the tape and wrap it around the tip about two times to make sure it is on nice and tightly. Stretch the tape length to about chest length and then spin it. This will create a cord for more grip. Now, wrap it around the stick about for times with a spacing that matches your fingers. Create a nice spiral while doing this. After this is done, wrap it back up. T...

How To: Use Zotero to create bibliographies & citations

Learn to use Zotero to create bibliographies and citations with this tutorial. In addition, collect and organize information from all sources. So help correct the sources research paper. Before using the excitation features, make sure to select and prepare the style of your paper. If you are not sure ask your instructor. She has a preference style. You will select by clicking on the action button +preference then choose the style. It will include the number of most common style. You can downl...

How To: Build a 3D rocket in Photoshop and Illustrator

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 turn build a 3D rocket in Photoshop and Illustrator.

How To: Set your essay to MLA format in MS Word 2007

In order to apply MLA format in MS Word 2007, you will need to change the lines and spacings. Press Control + A. This will highlight all of your typing. Then, click on No Spacing. Scroll to Times New Roman, in the font style drop down menu. Change the font size to 12. Change the line spacing to 2.0. You will need to re-center anything that was centered before. Your headers and footers will still be in the default font style. So, you will need to change them as well. Double click on the header...

How To: Use the blend tool in Adobe Illustrator

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use the blend tool in Adobe Illustrator. The blend tool will allow users to create objects between two strokes or filled objects. When you double-click on the blend tool, there will be 3 options to select from. Select the spacing and press OK. The three spacing options are: Smooth Color, Specify Steps and Specified Distance. Users are also able to select the amount strokes between the two objects. Now select the points of the two objects and it wil...

How To: Make your own sock blockers

Learn how to make your own sock blockers with this video. • Trace your sock with extra spacing. • Cut out the template. • Take 3MM foam sheet. • Trace the template onto a foam sheet. • Extend and cut off the traced foam sheet to desired length. • Cut the form with the scissors.

How To: Change text alignment & formatting in MS Word 2007

In this video tutorial, viewers will learn how to change text alignment and formatting in Microsoft Word 2007. To format or align the text, you must high light it first. Once highlighted, users are able format the text in many ways. The formatting options are: font type, font size, bold, italics, underline, strike-through, subscript, superscript and change case. The alignment options are: right align, center, left align and line spacing. Users also learn how to add pictures and position the t...

How To: Re-create J.R.R. Tolkien's logo in Xara3D

Open Xara 3D. Hit show or hide cursor. Type the name JRR Tolkien. Open Animation Options. Set to swing 2. 4 frames per cycle. 1 frame per second. No pause. Angle 0. Select the second "R" and change the animation. Flip the "R" around so it is a mirror image. Go from frame one to frame two. Select the "J". Move the line spacing down to the middle. This yields the JRR Tolkien logo in Xara 3d. You can also flip around the logo using the view menu.

How To: Hemstitch with a loom

Watch this instructional video of how hemstitching is done in handweaving. A hemstitch is an ornamental stitch made by pulling out several parallel threads and tying cross threads together into small, even bunches. You will need to use different spacing patterns with your hemstitch, depending on the fibers in your weaving.

How To: Organize comic book panels

When you are organizing the panels of your comic, you should keep in mind the way you want eyes to follow it. With multiple panels on a page, your spacing between them will determine where the eyes will go. If you want the reader to read up and down and from left to right, then you should create columns, by leaving more space in the middle.

How To: Tie a keyhole weave knot

In order to create a Key Hole Weave Knot, you will need: rope or twine. Begin by making a loop. Then, make a second loop next to it. Cross the loops, placing one on top of the other. Weave a free end through the loops. Next, weave the other free end through the loop. Pull them both through carefully. Next, you'll need to shape your knot, by making sure that the spacing is even.

How To: Set up an MLA style essay in MS Word

This tutorial will show you how to set up your college essay using MLA style formatting in Microsoft Word. Follow these steps to set up MLA style formatting: Open a new document and change your margins to 1". Set your font to 12 point Times New Roman. Set the header by typing your name, your professor's name and your class and section. Add the date from the Insert Menu. Set your spacing to double. Enter your title in the center of the page. New paragraphs are indicated by indents, and not spa...

How To: Grill Argentine filet mignon

In this video, Steven Raichen demonstrates how to make a quick and delicious meal of Argentine "gaucho grilled" filet mignon with grilled eggplant and peppers. In his travels around the world, Raichen became fascinated with the rich, slightly smoky flavor of steak cooked in the traditonal Argentine method, and decided to find a way to replicate that flavor quickly and easily. To do this , Raichen uses a traditional wood-burning grill from Grillworks (to purchase, contact Grillworks at 202-758...

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: Plant corn

The video demonstrates the process of planting corn in a small soil-patch in your garden. The lady presenting you the video uses a 75g packet of Corn Honey & Cream Bicolor seeds from Heritage Gardens. Be aware that the corn cross pollinates very easily and hence you have to separate the different types of corn by planting time or by distance. The video says that 150 feet distance between different corn types is recommended but in smaller gardens, spacing can be achieved by different planting ...

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