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20 Excel Tips for Becoming a Spreadsheet Pro Click To View Slideshow» Become the office spreadsheet guru in no time with these hacks and tricks. There are very, very few people on planet Earth who could ever say they've completely mastered every intricate little thing about Microsoft Excel. It's the world's premiere spreadsheet application, and has been the industry standard for over 20 years, replacing the once-venerable Lotus 1-2-3, the first killer app for PCs in the 1980s. Microsoft Excel's dominance as a spreadsheet has yet to be truly tested, certainly not by Corel's Quattro Pro (yes, still sold today!) There's a reason for that. It's not just for numbers. One thing almost every Excel user has in common: not knowing enough.
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Roof snow rake scooper tool - easy DIY using a 5 gallon bucket, a shower curtain, and a pole - do it yourself Snow roof rake scooper tool I looked for something simple to use for a roof snow rake idea. I searched Google images and YouTube for something that uses a 5 gallon bucket and 2 or 3 10 foot sticks of electrical EMT conduit. There are designs but none that really show how to remove snow from the roof Painlessly and safely from the ground without damaging the roof shingles. The design is simple! Easy to craft from items around the home and will save your roof from collapsing in the event of MORE SNOW!!! ( you will have fun I promise ) Get any 5 gallon round plaster plastic bucket and cut the bottom out so you have a nice crisp edge. Step 1: Use bolts to fasten the bucket to the main pole inline with nothing protruding beyond the cut edge of the bucket. Use bolts that are long enough to go through the pole with possibly a nut mounted on the inside of the bucket and a Philips head on the outside facing the roof...you do not want anything to bough your roof surface.
5 Ways to Download a Flash Movie Steps Edit Method 1 of 5: Using a Web Conversion Program 1Find a video downloading website. One of the most popular options is KeepVid, which works with YouTube, Vimeo, and a number of other streaming sites. 4Download the video. Edit Method 2 of 5: Using Browser Extensions 1Install a downloader extension. 4Wait for the download to finish. Edit Method 3 of 5: Downloading SWF Files 1Open the video site in Firefox. Edit Method 4 of 5: Copying SWF Files from the Browser Cache 1Open Internet Explorer, or use your computers search tool to locate your Temporary Internet Files if you use a different browser. Edit Method 5 of 5: Downloading RTMP Streams 1Install a media downloading program. How To Download Embedded Flash Files Using Your Browser Maybe, history will record Steve Jobs and his famous memo as the first nail in the Flash coffin. From browser crashes to the cool Flash animations we grew up with, the story of Flash has always led to animated debates. But thanks to Flash, the web is a far more interactive place today. It is not even the last giant standing as many online games still run on Flash. Flash animation files are embedded as SWF (Small Web Format) files in webpages. Download Flash Files Using Chrome To download SWF files in Chrome without the express help of any extensions, you have to dive into some of Chrome’s tools that are favored by developers. Open the Flash video on a Chrome tab and allow it to load completely. The Developer Tools opens up in a separate frame at the bottom of the browser screen. Instead of searching for the specific SWF file in the jumble of code, click on the magnifying glass icon which says – Select an element in the page to inspect it. Download Flash Files Using Firefox All Done!
Industrial House Numbers | Easy DIY for All Which part of your house does anyone first see and notice? The house facade, of course! Even strangers simply passing by can see it. This is why designing and decorating it is just as important as any part of your home… I think it’s safe to say that one of the usually overlooked detail in our facade is the house numbers. This project is very simple and easy yet brilliant. Do you think it’s time to replace yours too? Materials Screws – stainless steel/exteriorPrinted House NumberTape – for holding number template in placeNails – for marking where screws will go Tools HammerScrewdriver – handheld is fine, but a power driver makes the work easier Steps: Choose your font. Once you’ve printed your numbers, position the paper on your surface. After you have made marks for the numbers, carefully drill the screws. Doesn’t that look good? Source: brydanger
Dickinson Marine Fireplace | Cool Tools We live in a tiny house and love our Dickinson Marine fireplace — it does an excellent job of heating our 105-square-foot space. Watching the flames makes things very cozy on a cold day. We generally use our fireplace beginning sometime in November through about April, depending on the weather. It uses very little propane; I think it cost us about $40 for heating this past winter. One nice side bonus: When the heater is on, I can place my coffee cup on top next to the flue to keep my coffee warm!