46 years club experience here, ask away!
Easy when you know how!!!
In the Slideshow module-
Place a tick/check in the "Text Overlay" Panel-
Click on ABC to allow text on the screen- (This can be done more than once to have multiple text boxes!)
You can move, resize, set Font, set opacity, or delete text boxes when they are 'active' and surrounded by the sizing border.
Click on the Drop-down Menu for a choice-
You can simply choose "Filename" or....
If you choose "Edit..." you enter the Text Template Editor and you design EVERYTHING you want to show-
If you click the Drop-down menu at the end of the [Preset] box in the editor, you can save the preset for all future use!
You are a champion. I'll give your tips a whirl when I can stop CC Desktop from constantly crashing after I reboot my Mac (pulling lots of hair out) requiring re-installation and then download and reinstall Photoshop and Lightroom. When it rains it POURS. Grrrrrrrrrr.
I went through the "Crashing" syndrome with 6.0 and Windows-8 on a Dell Laptop.
My final fix was- delete everything that refers to Adobe from the computer, (even run CCleaner)
I think Adobe has a "Cleaner" for Adobe programs if you search 'help'
Deleted the Nvidia GPU drivers,
Did a new download and full install of Nvidia GPU drivers.
Re-installed- Creative Cloud, Photoshop, Lightroom. (in that order)
No problems since!
Works a treat.