Question about Kodak EasyShare C875 Digital Camera

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I can't find out how to take card out and transfer my pictures

To my computer.
I was told I just had to remove the little disk and put it into the desk top or my laptop. But nowhere in the c875 getting started guide does it
tell me how to do it and do I have to format it afterwards?
My Sony was much more expensive and to much to learn to use it but
to transfer pictures to computer it was a breeze. The book told me how to do it and bingo.
I again will say I don't know what is going on or how to transfer or do I need a cord and if I do do I format it afterwards because this little booklet tells me nothing.
Circuit City sold it to me and maybe I did not get whatever it is I need to
;understand.
I am a Sr. Citizen and do understand alot when it comes to this stuff but for the life of me I can't get this. I am afraid to remove my disk for
fear I will lose the pictures permanently. I am sure it is so full now that
I am not sure how long I can keep going.
Worst of all I want to share the pictures and for the last year I am unable to. Crazy huh?
I guess I have not gave it my full attention (insert here a sly little sr. citizen smiley face) but I am now retired and plan to do nothing else until I figure this thing out.
Thank You for any assistance you can give me.
PS
I remember when I got the disk for pictures we paid alot more for it so it
would hold a lot of pictures and not just 50 as my Sony had done until I formated it.
We have searched for a cord but even if we had one how would I format
it afterwards so I could use it again for more pictures?

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On the right side of the camera (looking at it from the back) there is a small access door. Behind the door is where the card is. It is also where a usb connector goes to transfer the pictures without removing the card. (Have you installed the Easyshare software?)

You probably need to pull the door toward the rear of the camera and then to the right to open it.

As far as formatting goes, you only need to do that if you are satisfied with the transfer and sure you won't need to access the pictures any further. Once formatted, all files on the card are gone. There is a menu item

If you click on this link: C875 Setup Guide it is pretty thorough. Page 9 has a good picture of the back and side view.

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