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(Optional.) Add the filename, a header, a footer, or a watermark to each frame.

In the Overlays section, you can elect to add the filename (with or without the file extension) below each image, choosing the font, style, size, and color of your choice. The Header and Footer sections enable you to add a text message (customizable, of course) to the top and/or bottom of each slide of your presentation.

You can also add a watermark, perhaps your copyright information at a reduced opacity, across the center of the image. Your options in the Watermark section include all the font choices, Opacity, and Foreground or Background. (Unless your images include transparency or reduced opacity, select Foreground.)

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