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slideshow background music HELLP!!

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I am trying to add music to a slideshow already made in iphoto using one of their templates but need to know how to add multiple songs, and not the whole song, just some of it. i hope this makes sense, please help!
 
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In the iPhoto Slideshow window, click on the Music button at the bottom, and select Custom Playlist for Slideshow at the bottom of the pop-up. You can't cut songs short though. If you want to that, make the slideshow in iMovie. I would suggest making your slideshow without music, exporting it, then adding that movie to iMovie and add your music.
 

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