To edit a photo story, you must have saved the project file (a file with a .wp3 or .psc file name extension) of the photo story when you saved the photo story or when you quit Photo Story.
Note that files that have the .psc file name extension were created using an earlier version of Photo Story.
To edit a photo story
On the Welcome to Photo Story 3 for Windows page, click Edit a project.
In the Open dialog box, click the project file (with a .wp3 or .psc file name extension) of the photo story you want to edit, and then click Open.
By default, project files are saved to your My Videos folder.
Make any changes to your photo story that you want, such as adding and removing pictures, recording or deleting narration, rearranging pictures, changing the panning and zooming effects by customizing motion, changing or adding titles, and changing the background music.
When you have finished making changes, on the Save your photo story page, select an activity for your photo story, and type a different file name for the new photo story if you do not want to replace the existing photo story.
If you want to save the new project file as well, click the Save Project button.
Type a different file name for the new project if you do not want to replace the existing project. By default, the project file has a .wp3 file name extension.
If your edited photo story and project files have the same file names as existing files, you are prompted about replacing the existing photo story or project. Click Yes to replace existing files or click No to specify different file names.
If you use Photo Story 3 for Windows to open and then save a project file with a .psc file name extension, the project file will be saved with a .wp3 file name extension.
Photo Story projects with a .psc file name extension were created using an earlier version of Photo Story. If you open these projects in Photo Story 3 for Windows, the position of the photo story title text will change, panning and zooming effects are recalculated, and the default duration is customized.
You can save a project for your story at any time while working on the photo story by clicking the Save Project button. In the Save As dialog box, type a name for the project. You must save a project for your photo story to be able to edit it later. Projects created by using Photo Story 3 for Windows must use a .wp3 file name extension. Otherwise, Photo Story will not be able to open the file. By default, the project for your photo story is saved in your My Videos folder.
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