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You'll need to run the Pan & Zoom tool for each photo in your slideshow, KJesse.
Although, if you want to use the same pan & zooms for every photo, you can just right-click on a photo that has it already applied and select Copy, then select all of the other photos, right-click and select Paste Attributes.
There are also dozens of Video Presets that will automatically apply pans & zooms.
And if you create your slideshow in the Elements Organizer program rather than Premiere Elements, you can set it up to run random pans & zooms over your slides -- or you can customize them.
To interpolate either temporally or spatially, right-click on the individual keyframes on your motion path and select the option.
So you've got lots of options.
I cover all of them and how to do each in my books, if you're interested.
I think I may have figured it out. I have the 30-day trial version of Premiere Elements 10. Could it be that there is some glitch in the trial version I downloaded that is causing the program to not work as intended? If I keyframe an object using the "Motion" attribute, I am able to change interpolation just like it says you are supposed to be able to do. But, after adding a pan/zoom using the "Pan & Zoom" tool, the interpolation on the resulting keyframes cannot be changed from the default. It seems logical to me that if interpolation can be changed with keyframes created using the "Motion" attribute, I ought to be able to change interpolation on keyframes created using the "Pan & Zoom" tool also.
If, for some reason, Adobe does not enable a person to change interpolation on keyframes created as a result of using the "Pan & Zoom" tool, whom can I e-mail to request that Adobe engineers make this option available in Premiere Elements 11?