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Change picture size on olympus stylus 500

How do I change the size of the pictures on my olympus stylus 500 digital camera. It seems the default size is SQ1 2048 x 1536. I want to change it to SQ2 640 x 480, so that when I load the pictures onto my pc and e mail them, they dont come out huge.
I have figured out how to change the size to the one that I want, but when I turn the camera off and then back on, it goes back to what seems to be the default setting.
Any ideas please ?

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Make sure you go to the camera menu and go to the setup tab and change All Reset from On to OFF. This will retain the setting of the image quality to SQ2.

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