I am looking for Scott's powerpoint in the forum documents, in the meanwhile I wanted to post the process I used to align my scope in the daytime.
It is easiest to do this with a digital level (or a smartphone), a small dovetail bart and a compass with a ring for adjusting magnetic deviation (or a smartphone)
Here are images of the steps.
Step 1: Set mount in Park position and level mount base any way you can in both North/south and east/west.
Step 2: Set your dial indicator to zero
Step 3: Set mount to your latitude with digital level or smart phone
Step 4: Level counterweight bar
Step 5: Level the dovetail bar
Step 6: Verify compass heading taking into account "Magnetic Deviation" (Use a compass or smartphone) with an adjustable ring to help with this.
Step 7: Verify resulting dial indication is very close to your latitude
Step 8: Mount scope wait till dark!
Something similar should work in the Southern Hemisphere.