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How do I delete photos taken and still on memory stick?

I lost my manual and don't know how to get the old photos off of my camera memory stick. HELP!
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Go into format when you go intro your menu
menu button is on the back of the camera
it will ask you if your sur you want to format press yes

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Http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-documents.pl?mdl=DSC-S60&region_id=1

Look under Manuals on this page and click on "operating instructions". You can download all the instructions you need.

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