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iPhoto; keywords and slideshow

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I want to have a slide show running but I don't always know where the places are, so I put in the keywords to identify places and people.

Is there a way I can display the keywords when I am running a slide show?

Picasa will do it, but I want to stay with iPhoto.I like it and I have about 8000 pictures in it. Too many to move, etc.

I have tried to see the pictures in "Front Row" but the keyword captions don't appear there either.

I appreciate any help; thank you
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