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If you've really been seeing the image before taking the shot, then there was something seriously wrong with your camera which now appears to have fixed itself. The D3000 doesn't have the LiveView feature. The screen is for the menu and reviewing images you've already taken.
The EOS 350D doesn't have photo editing functions. To CROP the image and save a copy of it, you need to download the file to your computer and edit it with a photo editing program like the Adobe Photoshop Elements that came with your camera.
Unfortunately that image is not able to be saved that way. To zoom in closer to the image is only for viewing purposes it does not allow you to save the image that way. You would need to download the image to the computer to be able to save it in that close up format.
Unfortunately the image is not able to be saved if you have zoomed in on it. The camera does not have the ability to save images that way. You can download the image and use photo editing software to cause that zoomed in effect to happen so that you are able to print the image that way.
You can play the images in your camera on a TV or save them to videotape by connecting the camera with the bundled Audio/Video cable. Power up the camera in the PLAYBACK Mode, press the OK/MENU button to open the menu and using the arrow keys toggle up to begin the SLIDESHOW.
You can even change the playback format in the MODE MENU. Press the OK/MENU button and using the right arrow key select the MODE MENU. Toggle down to SETUP, toggle right to enter the SETUP MENU and toggle up once to PLAYBACK SETUP. When you toggle right you will be offered four playback options: NORMAL, SLIDE, FADER and ZOOM. When selected you will get the following effects:
NORMAL - Each image instantaneously replaces the previous image.
SLIDE - The images are sequenced by sliding from right to left.
FADER - The images are sequenced via a lap dissolve.
ZOOM - The images are sequenced by zooming in to black and zooming out from black.
The images saved to the internal memory can be copied to the xD Picture Card, but you cannot copy images from the xD Picture Card to the internal memory. Before you choose to copy the files to the xD card be sure that there is enough room on that card. To copy the images to the xD card make sure the camera is powered on, then and press the menu button. Use the down arrow key to navigate through the menu to the BACK UP feature. Use the right arrow key to enter the Back Up screen and select YES to copy the images to the xD card, or NO if you choose not to coy the image files.