10. There will be a bounding box that has a green outline. In the preview window, resize a bounding box by dragging one of the corners. Drag the Start box to the portion of the image, where you want the pan and zoom to start. Cover the area of the image by resizing the box.
11. Select on the end of the image by clicking End in the Properties area. This box will have a red outline.
12. Repeat this procedure with each image of your slideshow.
13. It's time to add audio. Select the Add Audio in the Slideshow command.
14. Select an audio file and click Open.
15. Make Audio track 1 visible in the Time line or use the timeline's More button to Add a Track, then proceed to find the audio clips in the media Window. Repeat the dragging and dropping step, to place the clips in the right spot in the Timeline. You see? It's a cinch to add audio in the Timeline.
16. Select the Play button and Preview the window to begin the Slideshow.
Congratulations, you have successfully created your first Adobe Premiere Elements slide show presentation! Adapt this tutorial to any slideshow presentation you plan to create for the web, multimedia CD or slide projection.