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How do I upload pictures to my computer? I plugged the plug into the computer but I can't find where to plug it in on the camera. I have a Canon Powershot Sd750

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There is a small door on the top right side (if you're looking at the screen) of the camera labelled "AV/OUT DIGITAL". You'll have to use your fingernail to open it up.

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