Slide Sorting in Power Point Office 2010

I found this useful article on how to take  a bunch of pictures (screen grabs) and turn them into a slide presentation by using Insert/Photo Album.  Not the trick is that when my 100 jpg screen grabs came into the slide show they are all in exactly the opposite date/time order as I would want them.  They came in most recent to oldest.  Is there a way I can reverse the order of those 100 or so slides?  I went to slide sorter and I see I can grab one of more slides and move them where I would like.  But I want to flip the order of the whole shootin match.  What's the mojo??

http://community.spiceworks.com/how_to/show/507-powerpoint-convert-multiple-images-to-slides
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amigan_99Network EngineerAuthor Commented:
I found the answer with some more exploration.  Insert/PhotoAlbum/New Album.  Choose File/Disk.  This is where you need to resort by date the jpg images you are turning into a slide show.  I clicked on the date column.  Then selected the 100 or so slides of interest.  Bada-bing!
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amigan_99Network EngineerAuthor Commented:
This is exactly the answer.
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