Please see rute and reference Section 19
Also see this tutorial on using the partitioning tool of preference, gparted
THEN, I would suggest , will full knowledge that Linux only recognizes four partitions, proceeding to shrink Windows (must be installed first for simplicity's sake) and making it one Primary partition (perhaps preserving the System partition by making it a directory of C:\), making two others for the two Linux distros, and an Extended partition which will take up most of the hard drive and which will contain your swap and separate /home partitions.
There comes a time in the affairs of man when he must take the bull by the tail and face the situation.
W. C. Fields