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Adobe Premiere Elements: Randomize photos in slideshow

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I need to randomize photos for a slideshow I'm making in Premiere Elements 8.0.  Is there a way to set the order to random?

Thanks for any feedback you can provide.
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No!
That is usally done with individual photoes in a media player.
a slideshow has a set of perimeters and is in a container called a slideshow.
That's my opinion.
Is this in a web page using CSS or PHP then it should be possible to add a script to play randomely.

Elements Organizer /
 Creating slide shows (Windows only)
http://help.adobe.com/en_US/elementsorganizer/using/WS8346320B-3F64-46f6-AE4B-9FF4D934DB36_WIN.html
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Thank you!  Was able to randomize using different software, than import into Adobe as such.
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Thank you
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