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Deleting photos on a Sony Cypbershot 7.2 megapixel

Is there a way to delete multiple photos at one time instead of deleting them one at a time.

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Re: Deleting photos on a Sony Cypbershot 7.2 megapixel

As a matter of fact there is....
1).press photo replay button
2).hit the ''W'' button, it has somewhat of a checker board above it
3).press middle button, then hit select, green box will show
4).click middle button on all pics u want deleted
5).then simply trash it
hope this helps
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