How to use the effect of green screen on windows movie maker

I know that u go to the transitions that according to me

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Hello

Using Windows Movie Maker or Windows Live Movie Maker?

I assume you mean Windows Live Movie Maker because you use Windows 7.

Follow these steps to add transitions or effects in Windows Live Movie Maker:

a. open Windows Live Movie Maker.
b. click the photo or video you want to add a transition between and then click the activities tab.
c. under Transitions group, click transition.

Refer to this article for help:
http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/make-a-movie-in-four-simple-steps#section_3

If you use Windows Movie Maker, then read this article:
http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows-Vista/add-transitions-and-effects-to-pictures-and-video-in-Windows-Movie-Maker

Kind regards
Afzal Taher
Microsoft technical support engineer

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