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When I build my slideshow, the pictures are all there and okay, but the slideshow option does not work even though I have checked the box. Don't know if I am Missing a file or what....

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    When I build my slideshow, the pictures are all there and okay, but the slideshow option does not work even though I have checked the box. Don't know if I am Missing a file or what.
    Max Kinakin Guest

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    Max, you say you 'checked the box'.....which box would that be?

    Chuck


    Chuck Snyder Guest

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    I have checked the advance box and changed the time, as well as picked different transitions, Nothing.
    Max Kinakin Guest

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    Does it actually generate the pdf file?
    What exactly do you mean "the pictures are all there and okay, but the slideshow option does not work"
    Does it just show them in the list and never actually saves the pdf or does it generate the pdf file?
    Donald Durham Guest

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    A couple of weeks ago somebody was having trouble with the slideshow feature, although I don't remember exactly what it was doing (or not doing.) Rich Croencas suggested making sure the most current version of Quicktime was loaded. For that person, updating Quicktime worked. Have you checked to make sure you've got the most recent version on your computer? If this is the wrong "fix" for what you're experiencing, repost. In the meantime, you'll need the latest update anyway.

    And isn't the slideshow different from save to PDF? I just glanced up at Donald's post and am now confused! :) Not hard.
    Beth Haney Guest

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    It was the most recent version of Acrobat Reader, not quicktime that I suggested.

    Rich
    Richard Coencas Guest

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    Reply to Donalds post.
    The pdf file is generated, but I have to use the arrow keys or the mouse to advance the pictures. Have not checked out
    Quicktime feature yet.
    Thx Max.
    Max Kinakin Guest

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    Duh. Thanks for the correction, Rich! Can you tell I haven't been using the slideshow? :)
    Beth Haney Guest

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    Thanks for the correction Rich I will check out my Adobe Reader Version.
    Hope it works, will let others know.
    Max.
    Max Kinakin Guest

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    I solved my problem by downloading the latest Acrobat Reader 6.0
    Works fine now
    henry partridge Guest

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    Henry, please look at my thread regarding the Acrobat problem I'm having. I'd like to know how the slide show runs on a Windows machine - especially after the show is finished. You'll see it's kind of strange on a Mac!
    Beth Haney Guest

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    To all and sundry, Been away for a while.
    Took the advce and downloaded Adobe 6.
    Slide show works great now.
    Thanks everyone.

    ps. I have run into the java script error myself, have no idea what,s causing it either, or how to fix.
    Max Kinakin Guest

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