To Create a Slide Library
- Use an ASCII text editor to create a list of slide files to include in the library.
The file would look similar to this example:
entrance.sld hall.sld stairs.sld study.sld balcony.sld
- Name and save the file as a text file with a .txt file extension.
- Do one of the following:
- Windows 7: Click the Windows Start button (All) Programs Accessories Command Prompt.
- Windows 8: On the Windows Start screen, right-click (or use the swipe up gesture from the bottom
edge of the screen) and click All Apps. Scroll to the Windows System section and click
- Windows 8.1: On the Windows Start screen, click the All Apps button located near the lower-left
corner of the screen (or use the swipe up gesture from the bottom edge of the screen).
Scroll to the Windows System section and click Command Prompt.
- In the Command Prompt window, at the prompt, enter CD <folder location of slides to change folders.
As an example: CD “c:slides”
- At the prompt, enter the following syntax to create the slide library:
slidelib libraryname < list.txt
For example, if you named your text file areas.txt, you could create a library called house.slb by entering slidelib house < areas.txt. The SLIDELIB utility appends the file extension .slb to the slide library file.