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Here are pages 63 to 65 of the F480 manual, which describe how to do it when printing with a DPOF-compatible printer:-
If you prefer you could get an EXIF reader to reveal and check the date when each picture was taken, and use a graphics editor to add text for the date on each image, in whatever size, colour, or position you would like. The date would then show on any prints modified in this way, however they were printed.