Windows 10: Part Slide Show from Explorer


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    win 7 pro updated to win 10 pro 64bit
       17 Nov 2017 #1

    Part Slide Show from Explorer


    How do I start a slideshow of photos in a folder from,say, half way through and onwards.

    So basically I want a slide show of image 12 to 30 rather than the default of 1 onwards.
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  2.    17 Nov 2017 #2

    Hi, personally I'd have a program such as Honeyview (free) installed - select the photos you want in file explorer, rt click, click View with Honeyview, and then set your slideshow parameters (View, time, effect, repeat etc) .. done.

    However, your question may be specific to the Photos app.
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