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Old Jan 12, 2004, 07:06 PM
tdsounds tdsounds is offline
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Default proshow slides to jpeg format?

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I'm wondering is there any way to convert my proshow slides back to jpeg format. My computer crashed my from Disney World was lost. The only copy I have left is the slideshow I created for my mom. Is there anyway to get the pictures in a format so I can print it out?
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Old Jan 13, 2004, 07:16 AM
zack371 zack371 is offline
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I am not familiar with Proshow, but this is better suited to Open All Topics forum than here. I will move it there for you.

Good Luck!
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Old Jan 13, 2004, 02:08 PM
blackbear blackbear is offline
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HI, I cant see a way from proshow that you can do it. I have just tried something and it works ok. Run your slide show on full screen. make sure you have enough time between slides. when you get to the photos you want press print screen. I opened up paint brush then edit and paste. Then save as a jpeg. Auto hide your task bar so it does not show in your pasted photo, or you can crop the image to take out your taskbar. I have also pasted it into adobephoto shop if you want to use that. This will take time to do if you have a lot of photos. but at least you can get something out of it.
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