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How to Solve an Adobe Reader That Cannot Print Documents

Portable Document Format (PDF) files let you share documents with others on a variety of platforms including Mac and Windows. Sometimes problems arise when printing PDF documents using Adobe Reader, including not all of the pages printing properly, pictures not printing, Adobe Reader not being able to access your printer and the PDF file not […]



How to Read a Diode or Resistor

Diodes ensure that current flows in just one direction. Resistors control how much current flows through a circuit. Both are marked with colored stripes that mean nothing to a person who doesn’t understand how to read them. Here’s how to decipher the markings. Look for the marking – a colored stripe – on the diode […]



How to Read a Ford Truck Axle Tag

Ford truck axles are identified by a small tag attached to the differential casing on the rear axle in most cases. The only axles that are marked differently are ones made by Dana. The same markings are used but they are placed on the casing and the long shaft of the axle rather then the […]



How to Read an XLA File

A file with the file extension XLA is a Microsoft Excel add-in file. XLA files are normally invisible to the user, except for the added functionality provided by the files. However, you can read an XLA file from within the Excel application, and can also convert an Excel workbook into an XLA add-in file, then […]



How to Read the Copyright Page of a Book

The copyright page of a book is full of pertinent information about what the book is, who wrote it, where and when it was published and how you can obtain additional copies of the publication. The concept of the legal copyright began in the year 1710 in Great Britain. Since then, publishers of books have […]



How to Read an Eyeglass Prescription

Knowing how to read an eyeglass prescription could save you money and time when trying to purchase new lenses, especially if you’re going to a new doctor or ordering online. To learn what your prescription means and how to read it, follow a few simple steps. Take note of the numbers your doctor is writing […]



How to Take an Amp Reading on an Electrical Motor

Electrical circuits can often develop problems. Parts of the wiring may have been broken, one of the components might have burned out or the power source itself is no longer viable. If this happens to an electrical item with moving parts, the first place to check is the electrical motor. This is the main component […]



How to Troubleshoot an Acer Laptop Card Reader

Acer, the inexpensive, Windows-based computer company, produces a wide range of laptop systems. Many of these systems have a built-in card reader. Card readers detect and upload content saved on external memory cards, such as the popular SD card. However, if the Acer card reader is not properly reading the memory card, you must troubleshoot […]



How to Troubleshoot a Car Engine Temperature Gauge

To troubleshoot your car’s temperature gauge, you need to know how it works. [IMG] http://img-aws.ehowcdn.com/640/cme/photography.prod.demandstudios.com/19b1d430-dece-4f7a-b8ab-1cf315ed59e0.jpg [/IMG] (Image: Getty) The temperature gauge reading starts out as a reference voltage that is sent to the coolant temperature sensor. This sensor is nothing more than a thermistor — a variable resistor that changes resistance with temperature changes. As […]



How to Read a Urinalysis

A urinalysis is a test that is conducted at your doctor’s office that details various aspects of your health. A urinalysis can indicate problems with the kidneys or liver, an infection, chronic kidney disease, cystitis, cirrhosis, hepatitis, diabetes, and/or kidney stones. Once a urine sample is collected and a urinalysis is performed, the test compares […]



How to Read a Wattmeter

A wattmeter measures the electrical usage rate in watts, and describes the amount of power used over a given period of time. Your electrical meter is one familiar wattmeter. Another common wattmeter plugs in between your wall-socket and a household device, such as a toaster or television set. Recently available larger devices effectively duplicate your […]



Dangerous High Blood Pressure Readings

High blood pressure, or hypertension, occurs when the force of blood pushing against a person’s artery walls is stronger than it should be. Blood pressure is always measured with two numbers: systolic, when the heart pumps blood, and diastolic, when the heart relaxes. Systolic is the first number written or spoken in a blood pressure […]



How to Read a Torque Wrench

Reading a torque wrench is very simple, as it have numbers that go down around the handle, and they can read in pounds or in metric measurements. Learn about torque wrench settings with help from a general contractor in this free video on using shop tools.



How to Read an Architecture Ruler

Reading an architecture ruler is easy once you understand why it looks different from a standard ruler. Architects are used to working from drawings or blueprints that are reduced in scale. In other words, one foot in reality is reduced to 1/4 inches in order to make the image fit on the page. An architect, […]



How to Read an Underarm Temperature With a Digital Thermometer

Axillary, or underarm, temperature reading, although commonly used, is the least accurate method. For infants, you should use the rectal method, which is the most accurate, as even a slight fever in a newborn can prove to be very dangerous. For anyone over three months of age, an axillary reading is sufficient, if done properly. […]



How to Read Numerology Charts

Constructing and reading numerology charts is easy if you can do basic, everyday addition. Numerology is an occult practice, like astrology or tarot, which applies the innate meaning of numbers to your individual life path. Discover your personal numbers, create a chart for viewing their patterns and gain new insights into your habits and choices. […]



How to Improve College Reading Skills in 10 Steps

Have you ever sat and read the same sentence in a textbook over and over without getting anything from it? Now that you’re in college, the information you get from reading textbooks is often necessary for your success on tests. That’s why knowing how to approach reading for college is important. The following steps will […]