We are very familiar with PowerPoint to create a slideshow of your photos that is stored on your local computer. Even, you can create slideshow in Windows Media Center. Did you ever thought about creating a slideshow with your Facebook photos? If not then here is a nice tutorial to create a slideshow of the Facebook photos without downloading them. Once you make your job done, you can play the slideshow in PowerPoint and edit the file as well. You can also share the slideshow with your friends who are actually not in Facebook.
How to create the slideshow of Facebook Photos
All you need to do for creating the slideshow is to go Docs.com and click on the link Add a Doc at the navigation bar. A dropdown menu appears. Click on Make a Photo Slideshow.
It will drop you in the page where you have to connect with your Facebook account. Click on the Connect with Facebook button and type in your Facebook log-in credentials.
Once you are logged in, it will ask your permission to access the Facebook information. Click on Allow.
In the very next page, choose the photo album from where you want to insert photos in the slideshow. You can also select the visibility label of the slideshow in your Facebook profile. After that click on the Create button.
It will take a short of time to fetch the photos from your Facebook album. Once the slideshow is created, it will automatically take you into the slideshow window. You can view the newly created slideshow there. If you want to open that slideshow in PowerPoint for further editing of the slideshow or anything else, there is a link at the top-left of the slideshow window, clicking on which will prompt to download the file that is supported in PowerPoint.
It also provides a shareable link for your slideshow. If you want to share the slide show with a friend who do not have any Facebook account, just copy the link marked as in the above screenshot and send via email.
This is quite handy tool to create the slideshow of Facebook Photos for further editing or viewing them offline with PowerPoint.