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How do I get the time & Date stamp on my pictures with my Canon Power Shot G2? Larry

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CLICK HERE for your user manual in PDF format.

Setting the date/time is detailed on page 26.
And enabling the time stamp is under the PRINT ORDER menu.

Turn the DATE on - it is factory set to OFF (actual page 104/105) (106/107 PDF page)

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