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I wanted to look at my photos in iPhoto in a slide show. Went to the apple tutorial, was told to select desired photos & then hit the slide show button. I have a book, calendar & card button but I don't have a slide show button when I open an event or all photos. How can I get it back or get one?
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Here's what I do:

Select the photos you wish to show in your slideshow. Then, click on the iPhoto top menu "File" and select new slideshow. Name the new slideshow. Example: "My Birthday Party". Select the play arrow and the slideshow with music will start.

You didn't say which version of iPhoto you have? My version is iPhoto 11.
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Thanks for the responce. I have iPhoto 08 7.1.5. When I go to "File", I don't have a new slideshow option.
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I have iPhoto 8 on an older MacBook which at the present is not handy so I can't test to see how to derive a slideshow. I'll try to get back to this thread later.
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Thanks for the help. I went to my local Apple Store to get a hard drive and they helped me fix it. Went to Help in iPhoto, typed in sli (for slideshow) highlighted show in toolbar, which produced drop downs & checked slideshow. All good
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OK. Glad to hear it's fixed. Thanks for posting back.
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