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 At the bottom of a FotoMagico document window you can see the Storyboard or the Timeline. The Storyboard and Timeline display your slideshow data. They allow you to create and edit your slideshow. You can use both views to perform most of the same functions, however, some tasks are easier to achieve in one view than the other. You can only display one view at a time. Use the Storyboard button or the Timeline button to toggle between the two views. You can also toggle between the two views by choosing the appropriate menu commands from the <​html><​span class='​menu'>​View</​span></​html>​ menu. At the bottom of a FotoMagico document window you can see the Storyboard or the Timeline. The Storyboard and Timeline display your slideshow data. They allow you to create and edit your slideshow. You can use both views to perform most of the same functions, however, some tasks are easier to achieve in one view than the other. You can only display one view at a time. Use the Storyboard button or the Timeline button to toggle between the two views. You can also toggle between the two views by choosing the appropriate menu commands from the <​html><​span class='​menu'>​View</​span></​html>​ menu.
  
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 The Storyboard is generally used for adding and rearranging slides (image, movies, titles) or audio. The Timeline on the other hand is helpful for fine-tuning the duration of slides and transitions,​ and editing audio items by using the audio waveform feature. The Storyboard is generally used for adding and rearranging slides (image, movies, titles) or audio. The Timeline on the other hand is helpful for fine-tuning the duration of slides and transitions,​ and editing audio items by using the audio waveform feature.