Starting and saving a new project


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Starting and saving a new project

When you're ready to start your own project in Movie Maker--a brand-new project from scratch--there is a couple of different options you have available to you. As you already know, when you launch Movie Maker, you're presented with a new, blank project; that's one option. So you could shut down Movie Maker and restart it. Or if you prefer, just simply go up to the Movie Maker tab--the very first tab on the Ribbon--and move down to New Project. You could also use the keyboard shortcut, Ctrl+N. Selecting this starts a brand-new, blank project.

Any projects you had open will be closed. If you have made changes and not saved them, you will be prompted to save those changes before the projects closed up, and the new one appears in front of you. Now a new, blank project has nothing in the storyboard except for a link to browse for videos and photos you might want to add. You'll notice there is nothing to preview in the preview pane. So when you're starting a brand-new project...

Starting and saving a new project
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Starting and saving a new project provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Windows Live Movie Maker Essential Training

Subject:
Video
Software:
Windows Live Movie Maker
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