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I can't figure out how to delete individual pictures from display

The manual is very vague, shows a screen that does not appear when i do what i believe it says to do. I need to delete several photos that did not center well (cuy off heads etc) even tho they looked ok on the computer screen.

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The photo frame's interface doesn't provide any file management, so you can't delete, copy, move, or rename files on the display itself. Why can't you delete files on the card using your computer?
As for the problem with cutoff heads, etc.. Spend some time on your computer to make all your images in 640 x 480 pixels in size and save them all in .jpg format. This should solve your problem and makes the display work quickly.

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