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How do I copy pictures from internal memory to memory stick

Page 58 of the "Users' Guide" gives the instructions but I do not understand step 2 or 3.

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You've got to put a memory stick into the camera. A message will appear. You OK it by using the UP button on the selector. The center button is confirmation. When the confirmation message is displayed, you do the same...UP button, then center button. All the images should be copied from the internal memory to your card.
Check out page 36 for clarification on the control button.
If you have further questions, let me know. I hope this helps. If it does, please post a rating. Regards, Char1ieJ

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1 Place the memory card into the digital camera.
2 Turn on the digital camera.
3 Access the digital camera's menu. Digital cameras have a button labeled "Menu" near the LCD screen. Push this button to open the menu.
4 Select the Pictures option. Select the photos on your internal memory using the "Select" or "OK" button on the arrow pad on the back of the camera. Click "Copy" and choose "Memory Card" to copy the files to the memory card. If there is more than one picture that needs copying to the memory card, perform this step for each picture.

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Welcome to Fixya,

For you to be able to transfer your pictures form the internal memory to your memory stick, what you just have to do is just follow this steps.

1 - click the menu button and look for the Set up menu

2 - you will see an option for
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    • AF mode (Single, monitor) - see below
    • Digital zoom (Off, precision, smart) - see below
    • Function guide (on/off) - describes the shooting mode and a few settings when they are changed
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    • Auto Review (on/off) - post-shot review
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    • Format
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    • LCD backlight (Normal, bright)
    • Beep (Shutter only, on, off)
    • Language
    • Initialize - returns settings to defaults
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    • Video out (NTSC, PAL)
    • Clock set
3 - look for the Memory stick tool, then click on the copy-copies the photos from th internal memory to MS Duo card.

From there you can select the pictures you want to transfer to your memory stick.

Hope this steps can help you.

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Hi,

images in the Internal Memory of the Camera can be moved to the Memory Stick with the COPY option in the Memory Stick Menu of the Camera. Follow the steps mentioned below for the information to select the COPY option.
Press the On-Screen-key to display the touch panel buttons.
Touch MENU to display the menu items.
Touch the Down Arrow button to select the MEMORY STICK Menu of the Camera.
Now select the COPY option and then the INTERNAL MEMORY option.
This will copy all the images in the Internal Memory of the Camera to the Memory Stick.

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