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Basics of video editing in Windows Movie Maker

For PC users, Movie Maker is a default, free video editing program. Movie Maker lets you quickly edit your video footage, add effects and transitions, and add captions and titles. Here’s your 5-minute tour to get started!

1. Open Movie Maker

The easiest way to find Movie Maker is to click on the Start button, type “Movie Maker” in the search field, and then click on the program when it appears. If it doesn’t, you’ll need to install by downloading it here. (Movie Maker is part of Window Essentials.)

Once you have Movie Maker open, you’re ready to start editing!

Change Automatic "Read" Status for Previewed Emails in Outlook 2013

By default, when you preview emails in Outlook, they quickly change to "read" status. If you are using default settings in Outlook 2013, this means the email line will go from bold to not bold. But because simply previewing emails quickly can set them to "unread", you might overlook it later.

Here's a quick tip to change the number of seconds you can preview an email before it's marked as "Read"!

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