Community Clips

Community Clips

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Community Clips lets you record your own screens and voice
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Community Clips offers a portal for sharing Office “how-to” videos and a way to create and share your own.
If there’s a new trick or skill you want to learn in Microsoft Office, but you don’t have the time to take a course, check out Community Clips. It offers a portal through which you can easily browse, view, share, and discuss informal "how-to-use” Office videos from around the world. It also gives you the ability to record your own screens and voice, so you can create your own training videos to share.

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Lars Erik

Lars Erik Unfortunately, all support has ceased. Does not work with Windows 10?

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franklin

franklin I want download this program and I can't. Help me please.

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