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SEQUENCING PICTURES IN BUILT-IN MEMORY

WHEN UPLOADING ADDITIONAL PICTURES TO THE FRAME I CANNOT SEQUENCE THEM. FOR EXAMPLE: WHEN I TRY TO ASSOCIATE FAMILY MEMBERS WITH EACH OTHER THE FRAME SEEMS TO PUT THE PICTURES IN SOME ORDER THAT IT DETERMINES, NOT WHAT I WANT. HELP!

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The DPF-80 has now way to sequence pics. The only way for them to play in an order is add them one at a time to the frame via the computer. The files can not be batch sent, such as sending a whole folder at one time. Windows will dictate the order in which they are transfered if you do it that way. Transfer one pic at a time. Tedious, but it works

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Store as many as 12 numbers in memory for easy dialing. Three can be stored in the Emergency Quick Dial locations, and nine additional numbers can be stored in the numbered keys (1-9).

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