Contents
   
Introduction
  Welcome
  Features
  Requirements
  Getting Started
Using MySlideShow
  Starting Program
  Exploring Workspace
  Browsing and Viewing
  Creating Slide Show
  Slide List
  Slide Information
  Slide Settings
  Project Settings
  Start Screen
  Sound
  Playing Slide Show
  Executable Slide Shows
  Autorun CDs
  Albums
  Video files, CDs and DVDs
  Slide Editor
  Timeline Editor
  Web Galleries
Support
  Troubleshooting
  Contacting Anix Software
Ordering
  How to Order?
  After Getting Registration Code
 
Browsing and Viewing

MySlideShow provides a convenient interface for browsing and viewing your disks and image files. You may be familiar with the Folder Tree and File List (see Exploring Workspace) if you have used Windows Explorer. MySlideShow is constructed similarly. You can select a folder with images using the Folder Tree. If the folder contains image files the File List will display them.

Some options to control the File List view are available from the View menu. You can change the View Style and sort the File List by the Arrange Icons item. To view images as thumbnails in the file list, on the View | View Style menu, click Thumbnails.

The Folder Tree and File List panels support drag&drop operations and Explorer's context menus. It's possible to copy or move files between the panels or from/to Windows Explorer.

When you select an image file in the File List, MySlideShow will display the image in the Preview panel (you must enable this option by the View menu | Preview item ). The program fits images to the Preview panel. To open the selected image full screen, on the View menu click Full Screen or click on the toolbar button or double-click on the Preview panel.

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Press CTRL+U instead of clicking.

To view full disk paths of slide images in the Slide List, be sure that you marked the Full Paths item in the View menu.


Full Screen

The Full Screen mode offers you several view options available from the context menu. Click the right mouse button. The Copy item allows you to copy the image to the Clipboard. You can then paste it into some graphics application. To rotate an image by 90 degrees clockwise or counter-clockwise, use the Rotate item or press CTRL+< and CTRL+> (this doesn't affect the image file). To return to the main program window press ESC or select the Close item from the menu.