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Yes and no. Photographic slides are film positives printed as transparencies, At one time there were kits available for printing or typing slides on transparent acetate material but I have not seen these for years. Two ways to create slides now:
1 Take the slides with a 35mm camera and have them processed. Expensive.
2. Create the graphics/images on computer and send the digital file to a conversion house that will make the images into slides. Also expensive. Much easier to go the othwer way - slide to video or slide to digital images via a scanner.

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I'm sorry for your presentation embarrassment.
The most common cause of slide jams is the 140-Slide Tray. Because to compartment width was designed to get the maximum number of slides in the defined Carousel circumference, the compartment width that each individual slide fits into is unforgivingly narrow at the hub. If your slides are like mine (and most other peoples), they are probably older. The cardboard mounts begin to de-laminate with age, causing a "dog-ear" effect on the corners of the slide. Because there is no room for out-of-spec slides, they rub on the way down (or the way up). The mechanism keeps chugging along, thinking the slide is in the gate (or back in the tray). Because the slide has slowed it's travel, the jam occurs.
My recommendation is to do one of 2 things: 1. Have your slides re-mounted. or 2. Buy some 80 Slide Trays and transfer your slides into them. You can buy them used in great condition on the internet pretty cheap.
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