|When you say 'Moviemaker' I'm guessing you mean the one that comes as part of Windows Live Essentials? If so then it is possible to do what you want but the program isn't as flexible as some others available.|
Start off by loading the whole video into Moviemaker and save it immediately with a new name, just in case you click the wrong button and lose everything, then click on the 'edit' tab, place your cursor at the end of the first section and select 'split'. Delete the remainder of the video and then save the section as your first video. Re-load the original video again and put the cursor at the end of your next section, select 'split, then put the cursor at the beginning of the second section and split it again and save that as your second video. Continue splitting your original video in the same way so that each section is a separate video. When you have them all you can then create a new video in MovieMaker and add the sections in whatever order you want to create a new video, adding transitions & titles as you want.
There are better (commercial) programs around that would simplify things slightly, but for free MovieMaker can do a decent job.
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