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How To: Summarize budget data via PivotTable in MS Excel 2010

Learn how to create a summary of your budget data. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular digital spreadsheet application or a seasoned business professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the Excel 2010 workflow, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, and to get started summarizing your own budget data, watch this free video guide.

How To: Summarize data from multiple sheets in Microsoft Excel

New to Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly advanced as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 506th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to summarize data from multiple sheets. For example, you'll see how take checkbook register data from multiple banks accounts and summarize it based on account names.

How To: Quote, summarize and/or paraphrase in an essay

This is working about working with sources: Quotation, Summarizing and Paraphrasing. Quotation: When directly quoting an outside source, the author's words should be taken verbatim. Quotation can lend the essay credibility. Too much quotation makes it sounds like you, the writer don't have anything to say. Quotes should be used only when the writer needs to be precise, clear, and powerful. You should use the quotes when the person you are calling said in a unique way that really can't be put ...

How To: Summarize survey data with a pivot table in MS Excel

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun and Mr. Excel, the 20th installment in their joint series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to summarize survey data with a pivot table (grouping & report filter), COUNTIFS function (4 criteria), SUMPRODUCTS formula, SUMPRODUCTS & TEXT functions and DCOUNT database function.

How To: Summarize data in Excel with the consolidation feature

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 90th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to use the consolidation feature in Excel. Summarize data from a number of different tables quickly using consolidation.

How To: Summarize survey results with a pivot table in Excel

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 168th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to summarize survey results with a pivot table (PivotTable) or a formula. See how to create a Pivot Table in Excel 2003 or 2007.

How To: Simplify expressions involving numeric radicals

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to simplify expressions involving numeric radicals. This can be very frustrating to work with if you have not memorized the tables of square, cubes and fourths. If you are taking the square root of a number that is not a perfect square and you wish to simplify it, the key is to write it as the product of a perfect square or another number. This video is very descriptive and clearly explains the functions of the formula. This video will benefit those v...

How To: Play one on one defense

John Gagliardi discusses and illustrates how to play one on one defense. He discusses positioning, footwork, defensive stick work, the v-hold and how to push out. These are summarized with a sidebar on the screen. If you are new to the game, or just need some tips or review, this video is sure to help.

How To: Hit an overhead smash

Tennis Pro Brad Gilbert discusses and shows techniques for hitting an overhand smash. The types of overheads discussed are the basic, scissor-kick, backhand, and bounce. They are summarized at the end of the video. Additional information is given in sidebars and popups during the video so it's easy to understand.

How To: Simplify fractions in basic arithmetic

Need a little help figuring out how to reduce either numeric or algebraic fractions? Learn how with this free video lesson. From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just finish your homework or study for that next big test).

How To: Use Sizer v3.3 for screen recordings

This software tutorial is on downloading and using Sizer to resize windows for exact screen grabs. Sizer is a free open source software that allows you to size a window to an exact numeric size instead of dragging the window around randomly. This is great for screen recordings with softwares like Camtasia, or for image screen grabs. See how to download and use Sizer in this tutorial.

How To: Use accuracy in Google SketchUp

This 3D modeling software video covers multiple tools that will help you be more accurate and precise when building in SketchUp. SketchUp has many tools that make it easy to be creative when designing buildings or models, but it's just as important that they be accurate. Learn how to use numeric values and SketchUp tools to add accuracy and realism to your work.

How To: Utilize the MVC Pattern in PHP programming

The "Model View Controller" pattern, or MVC, is a paradigm of programmatically organizing an application into three parts: the Model, the View and the Controller. This video tutorial from JREAMdesign summarizes the purposes of the various components and how they interrelate with the program within this pattern. Several options for working with MVC are also highlighted.

How To: Choose the right PHP framework and CMS

In this video tutorial, JREAMdesign looks at the task of choosing a PHP framework and a CMS. He helps simplify the act of choosing between the major framework contenders (Zend Framework, Symfony, Yii, Code Igniter, CakePHP) and content management systems (Drupal, WordPress, Joomla, Wolf CMS, Mod X) by summarizing what normally is expected from these systems and some of their typical features.

How To: Use pivot tables for data analysis in Microsoft Excel

If you're looking to learn how to use Microsoft Excel, a video series from digital spreadsheet guru ExcelIsFun is a great place to start. But which of his many series should you choose? The one titled "Excel Basics," that's which! In this free video MS Excel lesson, the 20th installment in said basics series, you'll learn how to use pivot tables (PivotTables) to analyze and summarize data.

How To: Fix poorly set up data in Microsoft Excel

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 507th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to take badly setup data (not in database/table format) and summarize it by date and shipping name into table format report.

How To: Relic an electric guitar

Today, having a beat-up old guitar is preferable to having a bright shiny new one. Luthier Steve Soest summarizes what he did to relic two guitars. These easy steps will transform your brand new guitar and make it look like it has the scars of a road warrior.

How To: Handle the puck

Hockey Coach Tom Martin gives different drills for handling the puck. Each individual drill is discussed and illustrated augmented by a side bar summarizing the drill. Tips are given throughout the video in the form of pop ups.

How To: Win face offs

Hockey coach Tom Martin discusses and shows drills on how to win faceoffs in both the offensive and defensive zones along with faceoff strategies. Sidebars are shown summarizing each set of drills, and tips are shown in the form of pop ups throughout the video. Practice is of course the key!

How To: Shoot from the attack position

Jesse Hubbard discusses the mechanics of shooting and discusses and illustrates the different lacrosse shots. These are the sidearm shot, the 3/4 arm shot, sidearm shot, overhand shot and outside shot, and bounce shot. He also discusses how to shoot on the run. Tips appear throughout the video in the form of pop-ups and are summarized with sidebars.

How To: Save incrementally in CINEMA 4D if you know AE

In After Effects 6.5, Adobe introduced Incremental saves. Rather than waiting for the auto-save to catch the latest revision to your project, incremental save allows you to manually save a new file, incrementing the name of your project in numeric integers. CINEMA 4D does the same. And with a little configuration, you can make it act exactly the same as in After Effects.

How To: Write a great conclusion for an essay

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to write a great conclusion for an essay. A conclusion is a summary of the topic and is the opinion of the topic or creator. The conclusion summarizes the main point of the topic. Repetition in the conclusion is not a problem. The points stated in the introduction of the essay are restated and rephrased in the conclusion. Adding your own opinion and ides about the topic help improve and makes the conclusion more effective. This video will benefit thos...

How To: Use your iPhone's touchscreen keyboard with these tips

There are tens of thousands of iPhone applications out there. Some are fabulous. Some are stinkers. From boredom-busting games to truly useful utilities, Fox News Tapped-In tell you which are worth a place on your iPhone. Their concise video reviews and how-tos let you see the apps before you download. Plus, they show you tips and tricks you never knew were there. If you own an Apple iPhone or iPod, check this vodcast out.

How To: Unlock a Hidden Network Strength Meter for Your iPhone's Status Bar

The horizontal dotted icon in your iPhone's status bar serves as an indicator of your device's network strength. And while it does help provide an approximation of how strong your signal is, swapping it out to display an actual numeric value is a lot more precise and can change up the look of your iPhone (or at least the status bar). The process is quick, painless, and you don't even need to jailbreak your phone.

How To: Add yearly totals from monthly data in MS Excel 2010

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 679th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to summarize yearly totals from monthly totals when there Year Criteria is entered as a serial date. See the SUMPRODUCT and SUMIFS functions. Learn about criteria and how to enter it into the SUMIFS functions.

How To: Simplify expressions involving algebraic radicals

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to simplify expressions involving algebraic ratios. In some ways, simplifying algebraic radicals is easier than numeric radicals. When we are working with square roots, we need to find the highest even power of a variable to act as out perfect square. When working with cube roots, we look for the highest multiple of 3 as an exponent for our perfect square. This video is very descriptive and clearly explains all the functions of the formula. This video...

How To: Identify the numerical coefficient of a monomial

In this tutorial the instructor discusses about the numeric coefficients that we come across while we work with polynomials. He goes on to discuss the numerical coefficient of a monomial stating that it is the number that is present before the variable in the monomial. He states that the numerical coefficient can also be negative or if there is no number present in front of the variable, it indicates that the numerical coefficient is one. This video helps in understanding what the numerical c...

How To: Find a slope of a straight line with: Ax + By + C = 0

In this video the instructor shows how to find the slope of an equation which is in the form Ax + By + C = 0. He says that the formula to find the slope of a line in the above form is slope m = -A/B, where A and B are the numeric constants of the variables x and y in the given equation. He goes on and further shows how to do this with a couple of examples. He shows how to reduce any equation into the general form and how to apply the slope formula then. This video shows how to find the slope ...

How To: Balance chemical equations using a teacher's guide

In this video we learn how to balance chemical equations using a teacher's guide. A chemical equation is a brief way of summarizing what happens inside of a chemical reaction. When you mix up two different chemicals, they will create new types of chemicals in the equation. You have to take these new chemicals into equation when you are trying to balance it out. The mass on both sides must be the same as well as the number of different chemicals on each side of the equation. Try out practice e...

How To: Sum year over year sales using MS Excel's SUMPRODUCT

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 611th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to create an array formula to summarize year over year sales using the SUMPRODUCT and YEAR functions. Also see how to calculate a formula for percentage change.

How To: Make an army of miniature lizard warriors

Warhammer 40,000 and other collectible-miniature-based table-top games have created a generation of people who love painting and playing with tiny figures. If you are into the game or any of it's ilk you've probably had an idea for a piece that you would like to create from scratch. This video from Storm the Castle shows in great detail how to make your own miniature figures out of rubber that should stand up to anything you've bought from Games Workshop. Model on!

How To: Hand color using layer masks in Photoshop CS3 and CS4

Nichole Young demonstrates how to hand color using layer masks in Photoshop CS4, which also works in Photoshop CS3. The procedure can be summarized in two stages: turning the picture you would like to edit black and white and then bringing color back into it to give it a hand-colored look. The black-and-white effect is achieved by creating a new layer over the background layer. The next step is to give the picture a warm look by adjusting the layer’s respective color balance. Then bring the c...

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