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How To Create A New Photoshow From An Existing One

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I have a photoshow created for my wife's memorial service but it is too long. I want to create a copy of it and then delete some of the photos to make it shorter but I also want to keep the longer version for me, family and close friends to see on a DVD or CD.

 

Can anyone explain to me how to do this? I just started using this program a couple of days ago and I suspect this feature has to exist but I haven't been able to find it.

 

Basically it would be a copy and rename feature.

 

Thanks in advance for your help.

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I have a photoshow created for my wife's memorial service but it is too long. I want to create a copy of it and then delete some of the photos to make it shorter but I also want to keep the longer version for me, family and close friends to see on a DVD or CD.

 

Can anyone explain to me how to do this? I just started using this program a couple of days ago and I suspect this feature has to exist but I haven't been able to find it.

 

Basically it would be a copy and rename feature.

 

Thanks in advance for your help.

First of all have you saved the original project?

 

 

Just open the project choosing edit, make the changes and then go to file and choose save as and give it a new name. Which version are you using, are you using the desk top version or the online version? If this isn't clear, please write back before trying it.

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