Its an automatic.
I read where you can check the mark on the torque converter for TDC but I had trouble finding it and then found the notch on the crankshaft pulley, which is much easier to view.
The link you attached is a great link for changing the waterpump and timing belt (I did use it and thanks for sending it!) but in the instructions he uses the marking method for replacing the timing belt, which assumes your belt didn't break, unlike mine. He also says to use the Bently manual if you don't use the marking method although I don't have that manual. I do have the Haynes manual, which I feel is pretty well written for my car although this is the first time using the manual to replace the belt and I so don't want to get it wrong!
Have also been curious to see if anyone has counted the number of teeth on the belt between the notch on the camshaft when at TDC and the notch on the crankshaft when at TDC also. This would really verify work when replacing the belt if one knew the number of teeth that seperated the notches. The only catch is that since the notch on the crankshaft pulley is at the 12 o'clock position when at TDC, you would have to add half the teeth on the crankshaft cog to get the 6 o'clock position since the belt wraps around the bottom side of the cog as opposed to the topside of the cog. Am I making sense?