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How to delete pics from camera

I am not so savvy on my husband's camera - Cannon PowershotA520. He is now deceased. Can't seem to find manual. How do I erase or delete pics off the camera after download. Didn't see anything on line.
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Hi there. I can help you with that.

Press the menu button. Scroll down in the menu by pressing the direction button down and find Erase All, then press the Set button. You should see a confirmation screen. Select Ok by pressing the direction button Left. Then press the Set button again.
They will be gone from the camera's internal memory.

That will fix you. If you have any further questions please respond in a comment. If you like my answer feel free to rate it a fixya.

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