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Nutters Idiots Guides

Postby Nutter » Wed Sep 16, 2015 6:12 pm

Ok , If people would like me to compile them as I do different projects. I will put them all in this thread.
I will state now I will describe things in the simplest way possible and include photos when taken.
I am sorry but I am not going to post things like learning to solder.
Wood work is not my strong point so I will assume people can cope with that as well
Every thing else I will try to explain how I have done it. People can choose to try my methods or not.
However I will NOT be held responsible if you screw stuff up.


The first post I do after this one will be about basic tools etc that I use and would recommend people think about trying.
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Re: Nutters Idiots Guides

Postby dkightley » Wed Sep 16, 2015 7:33 pm

Hi Mike

Why not put each topic in a separate thread. This forum section is intended for such usage....
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Re: Nutters Idiots Guides

Postby Nutter » Wed Sep 16, 2015 7:46 pm

No problem Doug, typing the first one up in word at the moment
Separate thread's it will be.
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Re: Nutters Idiots Guides

Postby Nutter » Thu Sep 17, 2015 11:46 am

I also will keep the original word files with pictures included and if people pm me their e-mail address I am happy to sent the original docs.
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Re: Nutters Idiots Guides

Postby Nutter » Thu Sep 17, 2015 5:55 pm

I will elaborate on the word documents,
They have been produced on my laptop which I won't have back online until Wednesday when my broadband allowance resets itself.
The version of office I am using is Office 365 and the format is.docx.
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