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How do i transfer pictures from my camera to a cd?

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Usually, the camera will show up as a Removable Disk in the My Computer window. Double click on the Removable Disk and the subsequent folders. The easiest way to transfer/copy photos is to click and drag them to the directory you want to copy to. Select the photo(s), hold the left mouse button down, and drag to the directory.

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