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Hello, I've transfered my pictures to my computer and now would like to put back on camera for printing purposes (I don't have a printer at home) I have picture mate personal photo lab. so how do I go about getting the pic back on my camera.

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Ok, there are two options I'd suggest here. First option is to get a card reader, and copy the files onto a memory card this way. With many cameras it's possible to use the camera as a card reader, but many Canons don't support this function.

The alternative is to burn the pictures onto CD. Most photo labs will print images from CDs for you.

Hope this helps.

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