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postheadericon How to Create a User Manual

How to Create a User Manual

Three Parts:Creating Appropriate User DocumentationUser Manual ComponentsDesigning a Readable User ManualCommunity Q&A User manuals are written guides in either hard-copy (paper) or electronic document (PDF or XPS) format that provide instructions on how to do or use something. Although “user guides” are most often thought of in terms of computer software manuals, user manuals also accompany computers and other electronic devices such as televisions, stereos, telephone systems, and MP3 players, as well as household appliances and lawn and garden equipment. Good user manuals educate users about the product’s features while…

postheadericon How to Create a Tekeporter Frame Image in Excel

How to Create a Tekeporter Frame Image in Excel

Three Parts:Helpful GuidanceThe TutorialExplanatory Charts, Diagrams, PhotosCommunity Q&A Ever wondered what it would be like to teleport through wormholes across the universe? Here’s one idea – the “Tekeporter”. Or, you can use it as a nice frame for your cosmic poetry/stories/invitations … whatever! The idea is that each node projects part of a holographic image and together they reconstitute matter. The external units are receivers and transmitters, both. Learn how to create this image and vary it. Part 1 Helpful Guidance 1 Make use of helper articles when proceeding through…

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How to Create a Survey

Three Parts:Designing the SurveyAsking the Right QuestionsDistributing the SurveyCommunity Q&A Businesses, educators, government officials and everyday folk have an interest in collecting information. A survey is just that: a way to collect information about and learn from your respondents. Although surveys might appear easy to design at first blush, there’s more than meets the eye. See Step 1 for more information on how to produce the best, most useful surveys to make your life easier. Part 1 Designing the Survey 1 Establish the goals for the survey. Simply put, what…

postheadericon How to Create a Technical Graphic

How to Create a Technical Graphic

Three Parts:Planning Your GraphicCreating a Clear and Concise GraphicAdding Final Touches To Your GraphicCommunity Q&A Graphics, such as bar graphs, pie charts, and line charts, can be a very powerful tool to convey a lot of information. Technical graphics are very common in communications written in engineering, science, and other technical fields. Because they are common in the workplace and in technical fields, it is important to know how to create effective, technical graphics that show your information in a clear and concise way. Part 1 Planning Your Graphic 1…

postheadericon How to Create a Study Schedule to Prepare for Final Exams

How to Create a Study Schedule to Prepare for Final Exams

Exams are a stressful time of the year and often make up a significant portion of your grade. It is important that you do well on them, and creating a study schedule is impertinent to ensuring efficient studying. 1 Buy a calendar. Or a planner. Or both, something to help you get organized. 2 Mark the days your exams take place. Also mark down any tutorials or extra lessons that your teacher may give, if any. 3 For each subject, make a list of the chapters that you’ve covered in…

postheadericon How to Create a Summer Reading List

How to Create a Summer Reading List

Do you want to create a summer reading list? Don’t know what to read over summer? Then you need a summer reading list. 1 Get a journal or open up a word document to record your reading list. Include the full title of the book, whether or not it’s in a series, and the author. You could also join a book site (i.e. Goodreads) where you can form a list. Get an app that lets you keep track. 2 Consider how much time you will have, and how you will…

postheadericon How to Create a Spirallic Spin Particle Path or Necklace Form or Spherical Border

How to Create a Spirallic Spin Particle Path or Necklace Form or Spherical Border

Three Parts:Helpful GuidanceThe TutorialCreate the ChartsCommunity Q&A You will learn to create a very versatile curve, created in 1994 or so. Possible usages include Recycling Economics, or any cyclical activity that can be charted, as when resources are allocated and used evenly and equally by a group of chemicals, machines, humans, competitors or political groups that share power/energy, other resources during throughput portion of Input-Throughput-Output models (eg. lightning fast group-think in reaction to a TV/media buzzword/ad), Physics application to particle paths undergoing Spin, etc. and more obviously, as a neck…

postheadericon How to Create a Secret Candle Stash

How to Create a Secret Candle Stash

Have you ever needed a secret stash to hide your personal or valuable items? This guide will show you how to create a secret hiding spot that someone doesn’t need to just find, but investigate, to find what is hidden within. 1 Find a tall, thick candle, a sharp steak knife, or other medium sized knife, and drill with a thick bit, a lighter of any sort, and a sponge or other squishy item in a color relatively close to your candle, and of course, something to hide. 2 Use…

postheadericon How to Create a Quick Search Report on Brightlocal Rank Checker to Track Your Rankings

How to Create a Quick Search Report on Brightlocal Rank Checker to Track Your Rankings

Two Methods:Basic InformationOptional SettingsCommunity Q&A Brightlocal Rank Checker is an SEO tool that allows you to monitor your rankings on search engines and local search engines so you would know where you stand. It also helps you identify some possible SEO solutions to pull your rank higher. Creating a Quick Search Report on Brightlocal Rank Checker is so easy. Just register an account in Brightlocal and subscribe to one of the packages they offer so you can enjoy its features. Then, follow the steps below. 1 Log in to your…

postheadericon How to Apply at a Charter School

How to Apply at a Charter School

In the United States, a charter school is an offshoot of the public school system that can be proposed and started by a private group. With the exception of the facilities, charter schools are funded with public money. For this reason, they are closely monitored and given a time frame in which to succeed academically. Charter programs were first approved in 1970s, and have increased in large numbers, according to the Public School Review. Because of a charter school’s ability to step outside of the regular public school curriculum, many…