You have to make sure the number one cylinder is in the top dead center (TDC) position. Then on the cam shaft pulley there is a small hole in one of the spokes. This hole lines up with a stamp mark on the end of the engine. The crank shaft pulley has a v-notch in the outer edge. With the number one cylinder at TDC, this v-notch lines up to the TDC mark on the lower timing cover.
Get a Haynes or Chilton's manual from an auto parts store and it should tell you. I change the timing belts on my cars and that's where I learned.