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These are great systems:
Go into "MENU" (MENU BUTTON)
Scroll down until you see "MENU/HELP"
Scroll down to "PROGRAMS" - HIT "SELECT" when you find "PROGRAMS"
It will say "PROGRAM 1 of 1" that is what you want - Hit enter
- This will tell you what time the program is set to run
If there is more than one program, You will see "PROGRAM 1 of 2" or however many programs you have programmed.
If you need to delete a program, go to the program you are looking to delete, it will ask you if you wish to delete the program and you will use the up and down arrow on the panel.
It is really that simpe!
For deletion of all programs (factory default). There is a SMALL reset button. The lights will go out and then light up. Will light up to the left and then to the right. Resetting this will erase all run times back to factory default. You will not loose your programs (memory of knowing what system it is) it just resets the times to factory default (1200 Military times).
***IF YOU HAVE A COMPLICATED PLUMBING SYSTEM WITH SEVERAL RUN TIMES - DO NOT DO THIS!**
If you are looking to just erase additional run times and only need the one run time (for circulation) this might be the better option to resetting and erase all run times and reset back to a basic 1 of 1 run time.
You need to hit the menu button and go into program. In there you will see each item, such as the filter that is on a schedule. When you hit the filter, it will have 3 options, add, remove, or change. Just hilight the schedule and hit remove, that program will be deleted.
when you print an article on-line. it goes into your printers memory. 10 pages for instance. if you cancel after 5 pages. the printers RAM ( memory ) stores the remaining pages to be printed. the only way to do this, is to cancel printing. then go into printer program. and delete the queue, or pending items, before exiting windows.
hope this explains your dillema.
mike @ Compurepair.
With this function, you can adjust exposure, contrast, and saturation through the viewfinder itself, prior to image capture.
You can check how your adjustments will look using either the viewfinder or the LCD monitor. This feature makes it easy to get the unique images you want in many different shooting situations.
DiMAGE 7i is capable of setting contrast, color saturation and filter in the following increments.
Contrast: In seven levels from -3 to +3
Color Saturation: In seven levels from -3 to +3
Filter: In seven levels ranging from warm (reddish) to cool (bluish) colors.