That's it? You don't open anything?I got the reverse bleed method to work once, but I hadn't had a lot of luck with it since then. All it involves is hooking a pressure bleeder up to the bleed nipple on top of the transmission and forcing fluid through there. The will cause air bubbles to be pushed out through the reservoir instead of being sucked out of the bleed nipple.
I've had much better luck with the board method. It's never failed me, and it's dirt simple. You just wedge a board between the seat and the clutch pedal so that the clutch pedal is pressed about halfway down, and leave it like that overnight. That seems to let the air rise up out of the hose and into the reservoir.