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My photos show up all mixed up, not in chronological order

When I plug my camera into my computer my pictures are all scrambled, I want them to be in chronological order so that I can save them by event

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Why not download them onto your computer (in a folder of its own) then arrange them yourself. Try this>

  1. right click anywhere inside the folder window
  2. from the pop-up menu, select anyone of the following - depending on your preference. Point to sub-menus 'Sort by' and 'Group by' under Arrange by menu and you can choose Name,Date,Tag etc. Your pictures will be arranged automatically for you.

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