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  2. Create or edit video in Windows 10 - Microsoft Support

    Create or edit video in Windows 10. Use the video editor in the Photos app to create video slideshows that combine your photos and videos with music, motion, text, and more. You can even add animated 3D effects, like sparkles or fireworks! To get started, open Photos and select New video > Automatic video with music or Custom video with music.

  3. Create a document - Microsoft Support

    Open Word. Select Blank document. Or, if Word is already open, select File > New > Blank document. To create a document using a template. Open Word. Or, if Word is already open, select File > New. Double-click a template to open it. Tip: Pin templates you like, so you always see them when you start Word. Select the template and then select the ...

  4. Create a local user or administrator account in Windows

    Create a local user account. Select Start > Settings > Accounts and then select Family & other users. (In some versions of Windows you'll see Other users .) Next to Add other user, select Add account . Select I don't have this person's sign-in information, and on the next page, select Add a user without a Microsoft account.

  5. Change your browser home page - Microsoft Support

    Open Safari, then choose Safari > Preferences, then select General. In the Homepage field, enter a wepage address. To simply use the webpage you're currently viewing, select Set to Current Page. Choose when your homepage is shown. Open new windows with your homepage: Select the New windows open with pop-up menu, then choose Homepage.

  6. Create a table in Excel - Microsoft Support

    Try it! You can create and format a table, to visually group and analyze data. Select a cell within your data. Select Home > Format as Table. Choose a style for your table. In the Format as Table dialog box, set your cell range. Mark if your table has headers. Select OK.

  7. How to use multiple monitors in Windows - Microsoft Support

    Test your new layout by moving your mouse pointer across the different displays to make sure it works like you expect. Change display options. After you're connected to your external displays, you can change settings like your resolution, screen layout, and more. To see available options, select Start > Settings > System > Display.

  8. How do I create macros? - Microsoft Support

    To edit an existing macro. Using the mouse that you want to configure, start Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center. In the list under the button that you want to reassign, select Macro. From the Available Macros list, select the macro you want to edit. Click in Editor and edit the macro or enter new events.

  9. Add an app to run automatically at startup in Windows 10

    Add an app to run automatically at startup in Windows 10. Select the Start button and scroll to find the app you want to run at startup. Right-click the app, select More, and then select Open file location. This opens the location where the shortcut to the app is saved. If there isn't an option for Open file location, it means the app can't run ...

  10. Automatically number rows - Microsoft Support

    In the first cell of the range that you want to number, type =ROW (A1). The ROW function returns the number of the row that you reference. For example, =ROW (A1) returns the number 1. Drag the fill handle across the range that you want to fill. Tip: If you do not see the fill handle, you may have to display it first.

  11. Create a document in Word for the web - Microsoft Support

    Notes: This Quick Start is for Word for the web. For the desktop version of Word for Windows, see the Word Quick Start.. For Word on a Mac, see the Office for Mac Quick Start Guides and Word for Mac Help.

  12. Create Quick Notes - Microsoft Support

    Create a Quick Note when OneNote isn’t running. You can create a Quick Note even if you haven’t opened OneNote. On your keyboard, press Windows + Alt + N. Type your note in the small note window. Tip: To open additional Quick Notes, press Windows + Alt + N on your keyboard for each additional Quick Note that you want to create.