The Slideshow function provides a very nice way to view the images that are in a folder, or to view the images that are in multiple folders. However, you can not save the slideshow. You can select an image as the starting point for a show, but you can not limit the show to just a group of selected images. If you select an image as the starting point, all of the rest of the images in that folder will be included in the slide show. The slide show setting should look like this:
If your settings are not the same as the above, click and the settings will be reset to the default settings.
Click the background color to open a color window.
The "Auto-Play" allows you to select the duration of the images in the slideshow. With the check box checked, you can adjust the time by moving the slider, tying in the box or using the up and down arrows.
Check if you want the images in a folder to be randomly selected for the slideshow.
If you want the slideshow to start over continously, check .
Check "Auto Play Folders" if you would like to limit the number of folders to be included in the slideshow. By default the number of folders is unlimited.
Check to make small images be resized to fit the screen.
Check to improve the appearance of images in the slideshow. With the dropdown menu, you can choose the method for this action. I choose the default because I don't know the difference.
Check to include text on each image in the slideshow.
This function is very versitile. Click for the text option window.
Click to get a drop down menu of the variables codes. Click on a code to be included in the code window.
Several of these options hav more options. Click on the to get a fly-out menu.
Check to cause the text to have a drop shadow in the slideshow.
If you choose to have a different background for the text and check , you will be able to choose text box options: border and background colors and rounded corners.
To get the Font Option Window click
There are 3 ways to change the position of the text:
Lastly, you can change the transparentcy of the text by using the opacity slider, typing in the box or using the up and down arrows.
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