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#1 Bob La

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Posted 22 March 2012 - 06:06 AM

Hi,
    I'm a Premium member and somehow I goofed...I had PhotoShow 5 and PhotoShow 6 on my desk top and I clicked 5 on and proceeded to make a 400 photo Photoshow...spent lots of time on it, looks great but...when I want to send it out as email or facebook, no can do! Is there anyway I can transfer this to my Premium account? I've tried several different ways but nothing works...once I DO get it I will take my PhotoShow 5 off and just leave my Premium account on...thanx in advance if you have an answer...
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Posted 22 March 2012 - 01:33 PM

View PostBob La, on 22 March 2012 - 06:06 AM, said:

Hi,
    I'm a Premium member and somehow I goofed...I had PhotoShow 5 and PhotoShow 6 on my desk top and I clicked 5 on and proceeded to make a 400 photo Photoshow...spent lots of time on it, looks great but...when I want to send it out as email or facebook, no can do! Is there anyway I can transfer this to my Premium account? I've tried several different ways but nothing works...once I DO get it I will take my PhotoShow 5 off and just leave my Premium account on...thanx in advance if you have an answer...
BobLa


400 photos ?  That is an awful lot.  Check with your e-mail provider, it may be too large for there system to handle efficiently. I have never posted to facebook but the same may apply. What are their restrictions?

What happens if you try to upload it to your premium account? Did you try uploading it to one of the free slide show sharing accounts?

What happens if you select share and make a video of the slide show?
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