No problem I will do my best to describe it.
(.First off what kind of bow and sight do you have?
(. So to start off with assuming the sight is already mounted on the bow I would do my best to line up the pins with arrow rest and the string.
(. Next get a target out at 10yds (preferably a big target) pick out your aim point with the top pin in the middle of the target and let an arrow fly and see where it hits or where it flew over the target in regards to high, low, left, or right.
(. Your sight should have left, right adjustments on the sight housing which will move the whole sight housing and up and down for each individual pin. Let’s say after your first shot you hit high and to the left. The thing to remember is that when you make adjustments to the sight you move it opposite of the direction you want the arrow to hit. I always remember the term (follow the arrow). So after your hit high and to the left you would move your whole sight to the left and whatever pin you where using up. That will move your impact point down and to the right. Hope that was helpful!
Also there should also be a up, down adjustment for the sight housing as well, only move that it you run out of room on for your top and bottom pin because it will change all your pins impact points along with changing how far out your pins will let you shoot.
There is also some fundamentals for each shot that will directly affect how accurate you are but I won’t dive into those unless you want to.
Good luck and it you arnt quite getting it right where you want it take a break and don’t get frustrated. When I was sighting my bow in for competitions and even hunting season it would sometimes take days to get everything adjusted just how I wanted it.