Write an article that will meet VisiHow.com Standards

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    Criteria for Scoring
    • W - Wording - Wording that is easy to follow & understand
    • You - Usability - By following the instructions can you successfully do what the title says?
    • G - Grammar - Proper rules of English Followed
    • L - Layout - Is it easy to follow and make logical sense?
    • E - Enticing - Is it interesting? Does the intro make you want to perform the steps?
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