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The answer to both your questions is yes, but it's probably not going to look exactly like you're envisioning.

1.) Yes you can repartition the D: drive from Windows 7. My recommendation: Run the Disk Management util and shrink D: to 100GB from Windows. Then leave the rest of the space (~50GB) unallocated. The Fedora installer will take care of creating the necessary partitions out of that space and installing to it.

2) Fedora has no problem reading & writing to NTFS filesystems. I do it all the time--that's how I share between Fedora & Win7 (on my dual-boot system).