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### How To: Calculate Commission Based on Varying Rates 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 673rd installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to use the SUMPRODUCT formula to calculate commission amounts based on varying commission rates based on cumulative sales totals for each month.

### How To: Conditionally sum from varying columns 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, the 297.5th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to conditionally sum from various columns.

### How To: Base Jump, Skydive, & Fly Like a Bird in a Wingsuit

This is a series of videos on wingsuit flying techniques, varying from basic flocking maneuvers to advanced aerobatics. Wingsuit flying is a type of skydiving or controlled falling, and on thing you'll learn in this series is that upfloating is the technique of raising your legs to deflect the wind and rise upward. Also learn how to barrel roll, front loop, backfly, dock, increase forward speed, and control speed.

### How To: Do a bodybuilding crunch exercise for 6-pack abs

Don't let the TV ads convince you to buy some bulky contraption that will gather dust in your closet, crunches are safe and effective! This how-to video shows how to do crunches with varying degrees of difficulty based on your ability. Remember that ab exercises alone will not give you abs! If you have the best abs in the world they will be completely invisible if you are overweight. Aerobic exercise and proper diet are even more important than ab exercises in getting that sought after 6-pack...

### How To: Make Chain Mail Armor from Start to Finish

This article is a guide for making Chainmail Armor from start (simple wire) to finish (a finished chainmail shirt). We will be using the European 4 in 1 weave, as this is the most common weave. This is the weave that you usually see in movies. There are several sections to this guide: Materials, Making the Rings, Weaving the Rings, and Making the shirt.

### How To: Buy a bikini

Cate Adair, of ModernMom, explains how to go about purchasing a bikini. First, realize that there are stores specifically for Bikinis in which you can buy pieces separately to mix and match! There are also varying bra cups and varying bottoms to pick what you like and what fits you best. A halter is best for support or a band top can be for those who may not have a larger chest. Some tops are even meant to pick up and support the chest, so you can pick these types also! Cait also warns that y...

### How To: Work with layers 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 work with layers in Photoshop.

### How To: Contour your face with foundations and highlighters

Once you contour your face you never go back. That's because contouring - or using varying shades of makeup (bronzers, foundations, highlighters, concealers) that are lighter or darker than your skin - helps define your features. Alternatively, contouring can also fake features you don't have and cover up features that you're less fond of.

### How To: Use graduated neutral density glass filters with digital and film SLR cameras

In this amazingly in-depth tutorial video they go into great detail on all of the methods of using GND glass filters, along with it's general purpose is and what it can do for you! For those not in the know, GND filters are glass lens attachments that come in graduated varying tints of grays and colors!

### How To: Jump rope to increase your swimming stamina

Relive your favorite recess exercise by watching this video on jumping rope, a simple but very effective cardio exercise that'll increase swimming stamina.

### How To: Sum only certain columns 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 297th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to select varying columns for summing (adding).

### How To: Create drama with call and response in GarageBand

Your song is starting to take shape now. You can create some tension with your loops in GarageBand by varying how your song develops over time. So, rather than a simple repetition of loops, you can create what's called a call and response, where the tracks play off each other.

### How To: Walk while hula hooping

This is a little tutorial about walking while hooping. She emphasizes going front/back, front/back or side/side, side/side a lot. Soon you will find yourself at a place where you are pushing and pulling in all directions and in varying degrees. These ideas just give you a taste of some of the possibilities.

### How To: Reduce depth of field in Photoshop

This video tutorial, by photoshopuniverse, shows you how to reduce the depth of field after a photo is taken using Photoshop. This enables you to ensure that your main subject is clearly in focus while the background is out of focus or blurry. First duplicate the layer using the short cut that was mentioned and apply the filter lens blur to the new layer and adjust the radius so that an adequate amount of blurring is achieved. Add a layer mask and bring the subject to focus by selecting the b...

### How To: Use the Wedge ROP in Houdini 9.5

The Wedge ROP is a render output driver, which can be used to change variables on the fly while rendering. This can be very useful when simulating, in that you can test out different parameters to see the different results. It's a relatively new feature in Houdini 9.5.

### How To: Draw a simple cartoon dog

When you first begin to drawing dogs, it can be difficult to know where to start. Usually, there are tricks that can get you started with ease, and the same is true in regards to drawing dogs. You don't have to be an expert artist to learn how to draw a dog; it's as simple as beginning with a 'cheat', or a few specific lines, and building a style from there. To draw a dog, you should begin by drawing the number 'six', followed by three lines, fairly close together. This will create the dog's ...

### How To: Test for boron with curcumin

Want to test whether the soil sample or a water sample contains boron, watch this video. As shown in the video, the first step is to create test specimens of various concentrations using a simple turmeric and ethanol solution as a base for comparison. The basis of this experiment is the fact that curumin present in turmeric reacts with boron to form a reddish compound and so the result of this reaction can easily be verified visually.

### How To: Play the didgeridoo for beginners

Interested in learning how to play the didgeridoo? If so, this video lesson may prove a good place to begin. This tutorial will walk you through the rudiments of didgeridoo playing, including tonal techniques for varying the pitch, volume and timbre of your didge. For more information, and to get started playing didgeridoo yourself, watch this helpful video tutorial.

### How To: Do break dance moves for beginners

If you're entering into the world of break-dancing you'll soon discover there are varying levels of skill. In this video, learn how to do some break dancing moves geared towards beginners with help from two dance experts. A basic break dance move that a beginning dancer can do is the top rock, which involves crossing, turning and coming out. Learn how to do all of the steps of beginning break dancing moves with help from this free lesson.

### How To: Create a wobble / fidget effect in Reason

Musicians who want to take their music to the next level, will want to learn how to create an interesting wobble/fidget effect for the bass. The video takes us through the steps of using Malstrom software to create a wobble/fidget effect that is commonly heard in fidget house music. In order to create this effect, you must have already created a dirty electro bass synth. Once this effect is created, it can be added or combined with just about any other effect at varying frequencies for intere...

### How To: Do Detatched Buttonhole Filling

In detached buttonhole filling, you don't pass through the fabric as you work the buttonhole filling. In attached, you do. Attached buttonhole filling gives you more scope for varying the placement of stitches, so that you can create effective filling patterns. The detached buttonhole, though, gives you a bit more room for dimensional effects, since you can take out part of your foundation fillings and fold the buttonhole area back on itself - or make petals or leaves that stand away from the...

### How To: Build war game terrain with foam

Watch this instructional model making video to begin making war game terrain out of foam. This video introduces different types of foam and the varying strengths of high density foam. It's also possible to cast plaster molds with foam. Use foam as the basic structure for war games terrains, model railroads, architectural models and miniature dioramas.

### How To: Treat hearing loss without a loud-noise cause

If there's a sudden hearing loss without an apparent loud noise cause, an ear inflammation may be the culprit. Doctor Katz, Surgeon Director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, explains the varying causes of hearing loss such as inflammation, bacteria, and a virus, and the corresponding treatments for each cause. Watch this video tutorial to learn how a sudden hearing loss without a loud noise cause is treated.

### How To: Paint mountains, water, and clouds in Photoshop

Want to draw a quick scene in Photoshop that contains mountains, clouds and water. Just watch this video.

### How To: Change your lens aperture to affect depth of field

In this Fine Art video tutorial, you will learn how varying your lens Aperture can affect Depth of Field. Depth of Field is defined as the range of the photograph that appears to be in focus. This can be controlled by using the aperture settings. With a wide aperture like f/1.4, f/2 or f/2.8, only a small range of the image will be in focus. This is used to isolate the subject from the background. But, if you have a smaller aperture opening like f/8, f/11 or f/16, you will get a large depth o...

### How To: Make stripy fimo buttons

In this video Corinne Bradd explains the steps involved in the creation of stripy fimo buttons. It is rather simple and requires only a few materials such as polymer clay, rollers, cutters and needles. At the start you have to place clay pieces (varying color) in the form of a rectangle one on top of the other and fusing them together by making use of rollers. After they have been fused they are shaped into circles by making use of cutters. Holes are punched into the circle by making use of n...

### How To: Solve a system of equations through graphing

This video shows the viewer how to solve simultaneous equations using a graph or ‘graphing’ as it is referred to. This is done by first rearranging both equations so that y is the object of both equations. The equations can then be solved via substitution – the video does not cover this. Using graphing the next step is to plot both of the lines onto the graph. This can be done by substituting varying values of x to give the y co-ordinates. The solution to the linear equation should be the poi...

### How To: Cheat Warzone Tower Defense w/ Cheat Engine (09/16/09)

Play the greatest tower, turret defense game ever... Warzone Tower Defense. And learn how to hack Warzone Tower Defense with tricks and cheats. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to cheat Warzone Tower Defense with Cheat Engine (09/16/09).

### How To: Change gears on a bicycle

This how-to video demonstrates the process of switching gears on a bicycle. Depending on the number of chains and hubs, your bike will have a varying number of gears. You should be aware of the terrain and make sure you are in the appropriate gear. Don't change gears under power. Know how and when to change gears to make the bike ride smoother and more enjoyable. Watch this video cycling tutorial and learn how to shift gears on a bicycle.

### How To: Make an oval box

This is a video tutorial on how to make an oval box using card stock, rubber stamps, and ribbon. Decorate paper to use as surface to your cardboard oval box. You can also use an oval stencil to make varying sized oval shapes for the box and lid shape. Have fun crafting this nifty and elegant little container.

### How To: Decorate your home fabrics

Making your own Mondrian-inspired cushion cover is demonstrated in this clear and concise crafting video. Materials required are a plain cushion cover( preferably in a tight weave such as canvas or cotton; water; medium size, firm, flat edge paint brushes; scissors; one inch wide masking tape; a sturdy piece of cardboard , saran wrap and 4 jars of textile paint - one color should be black or graphite. You may choose plain or glitter paints. Cut the cardboard about one inch smaller than the si...

### How To: Do a Snow White inspired hairstyle

Cocorais wants to show you how to do a short hairstyle inspired by Disney's Snow White. You'll need: heat-protecting spray, curl-boosting spray, a flat-iron, a rag-tail comb, hairspray, and sectioning clips. Turn on your iron and apply your heat-protecting spray. Section off your hair using the clips and iron it (section by sections) flipping it inwards at the end. The thinner the sections, the more scattered it will look. Varying degrees of thickness of the sections and randomness will also ...

### How To: Arrange centerpieces with candles and fresh ingre

Lifestyle expert Clinton Kelly takes the hassle out of centerpiece designing.

### How To: Make a paper piercing using a stencil

In this arts and crafts video tutorial learn how to make a paper piercing using a paper piercing template with June Campbell. The template comes with pre-made holes in varying designs that you will poke through. You will also need a paper piercing tool to create your holes as well as a craft knife to cut out larger holes. In addition, you will also need a piece of paper. Use a hard surface, such as a plastic tray to protect your table and then place a styrofoam sheet on top of that for furthe...

### How To: Easily make a paper gift box

STORM THE CASTLE Webmaster and Writer Will Kalif offers a short tutorial on how to make a origami gift box for beginners. All you need is eight square pieces of paper all exactly the same size. You can pick between four inch, five inch or six inch size paper depending on what size gift box you want to make. Your sheets of paper can be all the same pattern, of varying patterns, patterned on one side or patterned on both sides; however, please note that four of your sheets will be used for the ...

### How To: Simulate rain in Photoshop

Open an image and on the layers panel add a new layer by clicking on the fifth icon below the layers panel. A new layer is created with the name 'layer 1' and your previous layer would have the name 'background'. These names can be changed by you. For now we'll leave them as they are.

### How To: Start a fire with a single match

This how-to video is about how to start a fire with a single match stick by Shannon Davis. This video is really helpful especially for those who are going for trucking. If we get struck in the middle of nowhere and if we are in a situation to spend the whole night in the forest definitely this video is very helpful. Before we begin to start a fire we need to gather wooden sticks of different sizes varying from tiny tender straws to hard wooden sticks having thickness of our wrist. First we ne...

### How To: Take a family portrait

Looking to get your family together somehow? Why not a family portrait? It's both a great keepsake and as an excuse to get everyone together. In this video, learn how to snap a great family portrait.

### How To: Do trick shots in beer pong

Learn to do tricks shots in beer pong with these easy tips. You Will Need

### How To: Sand wood

Sanding is an important step when preparing wood for painting or staining. You Will Need

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