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Need help making a video with Windows Movie Maker

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I am a graphics nut and ocasionally I get a request to solve a slight problem someone is having in any one of a couple of graphics programs that I use. Rhino, Solidworks, Autocad, to name them. I find that the most effective instructional tool is a video. I would very much appreciate it if someone knowlegeable would either turn me on to a tutorial, or type me a step by step on using Windows Movie Maker to create a video of the movements I am making in either one of the three aforementioned programs. In other words, I want to be in and using Rhino on my computer and monitor, then I need to learn to invoke and import Windows Movie Maker to copy what I am doing in Rhino, where they can see the selections I make and the movements of my cursor, to solve the problem of the person who requested the solution, so that they can see the solution first hand.
Thank you in advance,

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