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Print date/time on pictures

I can see where to set the date and time but I can't figure out how to activate and deactivate the function to print it on a picture. I have the instruction manual for the eos400D but can only find there bit about setting the time and date. cheers

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The camera does not add the date and time to the image itself, but rather saves it in the file as it does other information.

When printing a picture you can select that you wish to add a date/time stamp.

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