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     This is an ASP.NET based program which allows webmasters to show image slides on their websites. This program displays the given images causing zoom in and out effects at the same time. Webmasters can use any number of pictures and images for their slide show by using this program. This program is browser independent and allows webmasters to add URL to the image.


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