u mean a normal camera can load slides instead of films?
I don't get what you mean here.
Anyway, here goes:
To standardise: one bulk roll of 30 metres (100 feet) of film will be called a canister and the smaller one that you load in your camera will be a roll.
1) Buy the canister
2) Get a bulk loader (can borrow or buy at 75 bucks in Ruby Photo - comes with empty rolls or get empty rolls from labs).
3) use a dark place to load the canister film into the bulk loader
4) load the film into rolls.
For slides: one roll of provia 100F is 8.80 or 9 bucks on the market, bulk loading is about 5 bucks (slightly less) per roll. Saves 4 bucks per roll lah.
Print film is 3 something on the market but the catch is processing print films to print is more than slide film to slides(4+4 refer to the other long thing).
Once you get the roll which looks like the roll you buy from the shop, just load into your camera and shoot lah.
Again, please be pro-active, all this info is in the forum, please do go and read the threads and learn!