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You're going to have to convert them from MOV files to AVI. QuickTimePro
can do this... or see PapaJohn's website for some more third party
solutions - www.papajohn.org.
Cari (MS-MVP Windows Client - Printing, Imaging & Hardware) www.coribright.com
"mr. bill" <mr. email@example.com> wrote in message
> how do I convert some QuickTime (mov) files to a windows file my windows
> player will recognize and use in Windows movie maker.
> May be a dumb question. Just got xp learning the ropes