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removing watermark from proshow slideshow


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arifahmed2177

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hello guys...
i was using proshow gold slide show maker trial version. i found my slide show is having big watermark showing product of pro show. i want to remove this watermark although it is trial version but i want to make it as real, like using crack or something...
i really dont know what to do....
plz help me out as i need to make a nice slideshow with lots of effects very badly......
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Wolfeymole

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If you do not want water marking in the program then buy the product Arif it's as simple as that.
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sisterD

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you may use Windows Movie Maker to make slide show,it'free.
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Rose Malik

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can anyone tell that how to remove proshow watermark?????


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azarl

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If you do not want water marking in the program then buy the product Arif it's as simple as that.


A bit harshly put, but those watermarks are there for a reason. Either use a free program or licence your Proshow
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