To be honest and not meaning any insult, if one needs such specific instructions I am leery of offering them over the internets. IMO, it is reasonable to offer any "watch out for the gotcha's" & any tid bits of advice that might not be obvious but to give out step-by-step instructions like that might be dangerous.
So, generally speaking, securely raise the car because you'll be working underneath it. Before you put your body under it, shake & push/pull it to be sure it isn't going to fall. Take notes, measurements (photos?) before you disconnect anything. The tie rods have matching pairs of left hand & right hand threads allowing adjustments of length. When removing the tie rods I like to leave the nuts loosely cover the threads. Even if you are planning to replace them it is good practice to avoid damaging &/or mushrooming the threads. Plus it keeps parts from flying off and knocking you on the head.