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How to Download Free Ebooks

Much public domain literature, both obscure and well-known, is available for free on sites such as Project Gutenberg and Google Books. Downloading free eBooks onto your computer is easier than downloading DRM-protected private domain books and, in most cases, transferring the titles to an eReader, tablet or smartphone requires no special software. While most free […]



How to Read a Vexilar

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How to Test a Car Battery With a Multimeter

Few things can ruin an adventurous road trip as quickly as a dead battery in a small town in the middle of nowhere — and with no mechanic. A car’s battery is essential to giving the starter motor the energy required to turn the flywheel until the engine reaches self-sustaining combustion. A few minutes of […]



How to Install an Internal Card Reader

A simple way to get data from your camera or other portable device into your computer is by inserting the memory card into a card reader on your computer. This eliminates the need to hook up the external device, such as a camera, using a USB cable. The card reader allows you to simply remove […]



How to Read a Thomas Guide Map

Thomas Guides contain maps covering the Los Angeles area. You can buy one for $20 to $30 in any grocery store: spiral bound books of maps that are easy to read and loaded with information. The books lay flat on a car seat or dashboard and you can use them to track your progress across […]



How to Change Language Settings in Acrobat Reader

If you installed the multilingual version of Adobe Acrobat XI or X, you can choose from dozens of languages for the interface. Regular versions of the application usually come with only your native language and English. You can change the language from the Preferences window and configure Adobe Reader to prompt the user for a […]



How to Learn to Speak English at Home

To learn to speak English at home, the non-native speaker must do three things: listen to English, read English and speak English. This can be accomplished with tools available in your home. Books, television, radio and the Internet provide virtually endless opportunities to listen to, read and speak English. Immerse yourself in the language at […]



How do I Read Metal Fabrication Blueprints?

Large buildings contain steel skeletons. Every “bone” or piece of steel carries a piecemark, or label, to differentiate it from the others. Each piece of steel started as a single blueprint, or detail drawing, before becoming part of the whole. A detailer labored over that drawing, providing hole sizes, dimensions, and carefully labelling each and […]



How to Read a Carpenter Square

A carpenter’s square, also called a framing square, is a versatile instrument for laying out stair stringers, roof rafters and determining angles, among other duties. Usually made from aluminum or steel, carpenter’s squares are etched with tables and numbers that go beyond a simple ruler. These tables are quick references that save builders time by […]



How to Read an Air Fuel Gauge

When an engine is running there is a ratio of air (or O2) to the fuel that’s being burned. In order to reach an ideal power output, an engine has to have the right blend of oxygen and fuel vapor to create the internal combustion. An air fuel gauge records this ratio and puts it […]



How to Become a Blueprint Reader

Blueprints are the technical drawings created for the construction and manufacture of homes, structures and parts. Blueprints use highly specialized symbols and designations that tell builders, machinists, welders, engineers and others exactly what materials must be used and how items are put together. They help to coordinate the work of many kinds of workers to […]



How to Use a Car Code Reader

Car code readers can only be used on OBD II (on-board diagnostic two) systems integrated in all vehicles since 1996. Some GM models began OBD II in 1995. OBD II standardized the location and plug application of the vehicle’s computerized system, which simplified the equipment needed and the diagnosis time. The first OBD II scanners […]



How to Read Blue Screen of Death Minidump Files

The Blue Screen of Death and the accompanying error message that "A problem has been detected…" is a dreaded occurrence for Microsoft Windows users, especially since the information given in the message rarely seems helpful. Even computer-savvy people require tools to decipher the error codes and hexadecimal addresses. Fortunately, tools are available that will help […]



How to Read an MRI on the Right Shoulder

Reading an MRI on the right shoulder can lead to a diagnosis and treatment for a wide variety of injuries and afflictions. An MRI uses powerful magnets and radio waves to image the body in greater detail than X-rays. An image produced by an MRI contains high resolution information that can be viewed by anyone […]



How to Read the Chakra Tarot Spread

Before giving a good tarot card reading, you need to handle the cards by shuffling them a lot. Meditate while you shuffle. Think about the 7 main chakras and try to overcome your own prejudices so that you can deliver a mindful reading. Draw 7 cards, meditating on each as you turn it over. As […]



How to Keep Awake While Reading

Whether you are studying for an exam or leisurely reading a book, the last thing you want to do is fall asleep. When you get sleepy, it becomes hard to focus and retain the information you are reading. This becomes even more difficult when reading late at night. You can take a number of steps […]