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is there a tool to play the pictures in a sequence in full screen, without having to click each
http://www.flowershow.com/media/photos/album/flowershow2007

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Don Thomson earned 668 total points
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Click here https://picasaweb.google.com/neflowershow/FlowerShow2007#

Left top corner of picture it says slideshow

Normally the owner of the web site has to do that - you can only do a slideshow if they let you or if you have all the pictures on your own machine
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Hi anushahanna,

Do you want to this on your own computer or create an Internet site with this available?

PaulS
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by:anushahanna
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DTH, just a nice coincidence that the same website was also put on picasa, right?

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paul, only on the pc
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by:Paul Sauvé
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It seems to be done in Flash, but Windows Gallery, Windows Live Gallery, Microsoft Office Picture Manager, PhotoScape and many others will play the pictures in a sequence in full screen, without having to click each, on a PC!
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by:Don Thomson
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You can use powerpoint of course but Windows has that feature built in - If you have Windows XP - Just use movie maker - you can set the timing up to whatever you want and put transitions in as well
Just drag the pitures into the filn strip at the bottom.

For Win7 put all you pictures in a foilder - Right click on the FOLDER and click Play with Windows Media player - When WMP opens - play with the options and make full screen
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by:anushahanna
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with the above solutions, are you assuming the pictures to be downloaded first to pc, or the tool will pick right off the web?
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by:Paul Sauvé
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The images are on the computer
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thank you, experts.
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