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Transfering pictures How do I transfer pictures from my computer to my camera. casio exlim 10.1 megapixels

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Thanks that helped alot.

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Re: transfering pictures

If you don't have a sd card reader or a usb sd card converter, you could just burn all pictures to a cd and take it into the store or download the pictures online to store and save a trip. both are really easy. Also, if you have a jump drive, save them from your computer to that. If you don't have one, I highly recommend getting one for around 15-20 dollars to do things like this. i also have the z740.

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