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Editing an EXISTING slideshow

My first problem is trying to open/find a slideshow project (already completed.) I've tried using Roxio, search and Windows explorer but the file does not show up (I saved several files and none display under the name I used.)

Is there a place in Roxio that I can pull up a saved slideshow? When I click on the option to open an existing one, it's not there (see first statement.)

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks
Tom

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    Tom Riska Dec 23, 2008

    Thanks SomedudeinFL....that was what I reluctantly suspected would be the answer. Your response at least confirms I'm not a complete "dolt." Hopefully they'll make that a change for the future.

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For creating a new slideshow in videowave
Go to video wave, once it loads go to tools, select "new slideshow"

For opening a already created one
Sadly it is not possible under emc 10, you must find the file in windows, sorry
Try using windows search

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