When creating your photo slideshow in Photo Slideshow Creator, you have the option of adding text to your photos. In this guide, I will walk you through the steps of adding text to photos in Photo Slideshow Creator. You should already have your photos loaded in your photo tray that you want to use for the slideshow. If you do not, you will need to do that first. Then you can continue with this text guide.
Find a photo that you want to add text to. Right click on the photo and select the Edit Slide option. When the editing box opens, click the Text tab. In this section, you will see the text editor, but it will be gray. To make the text editor active, click the Add Text button at the top of the panel. Now you can create the text for the photo you right clicked on.
You will now see a text box on your photo in the left panel. In the text field, in the right panel, you will need to delete the text and type your own text. Then you will see the text in the preview screen. If you want to change the font of the text, drop the font box down and select the font you want to use. You can also change the color of the text in the Fill Text box. You can choose to use a solid, gradient, or image fill. Select the option of your choice and choose your color or the image you want to go with.
If you want a border around the text, you will need to click the Outline box and select the color border you want to use. Then you can change the thickness of the border. When you are finished with your text settings, you can click the Save button at the bottom of the box. The text box will be closed and you will be returned to your main Photo Slideshow Creator screen. From there, you can add text to more photos if you want.