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Canon A570 How do you reset the numbering for the pictures in the shoot mode. I emptied the disk but the first picture shows a number of 1029.

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Go to the menu function of the camera and go over to the tools at the top of the page, then scroll down to file numbering and move it over to auto reset. that should fix your problem

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