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Does Picasa have menus to organize a large number of photos into segments? If so, how do I access and use menus?

I have a thousand or more photos to be included in a slide show on a DVD. I would like to use a menu to enable the viewer to watch in 20-minute segments without having to watch the entire collection. Does Picasa 3 have menus? If so, how do I access and use them?

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The Help page for Picasa is at the following link.
I think you'll find it very useful if you invest a bit of time reviewing it, especially the second category.

https://support.google.com/picasa/?hl=en#topic=4538690

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On the other hand if you allowed the application to upload photos to Facebook, it will show up in your albums.
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