Making a slideshow (Windows only)


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Making a slideshow (Windows only)

Today we have a version of the old slide projectors, mine is the hot light bulb, dim lights, and bulky screen that we can view on our computers or our TVs. It's called the Slideshow and Photoshop Elements 9 makes putting one together a breeze. We are going to start out in the Organizer. I have already tagged some photos which we learned how to do in an earlier chapter. If you're following along, you can use the same ones, you can find them in the Chapter 7 folder but feel free to use your own images. Next we are going to select these, click on one and then do Control on a PC, Command on a Mac A, go over here to the green Plus sign, select New Album and let's name it Vacation and click Done.

Now we will go over here to Create and click it and then go down to Slide Show. Your Slide Show Preferences dialog box will pop up; let's change the Static Duration to 2 seconds. Anything you can do here, you can do in the dialog but if you want to change anything here, that's great...

Making a slideshow (Windows only)
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Making a slideshow (Windows only) provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Janine Smith as part of the Photoshop Elements 9: Scanning and Restoring Photos

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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