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Can't change date on camera

I don't know how to change the date on my camera, and the pictures that I transferred to my computer for printing have the date on it and i don't know how to remove it. any help, please.

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I had the very same problem. Well as for the date changing you want to press the MENU button and press the right > arrow button which will then take you to SETUP and you will see DATE/TIME you then press ok (blue button) and you set the date and time whatever it may be.

And finally, to remove the date of of the pictures press MENU and then press the ^ (up) button and you'll see a choice called "DATE IMPRINT" and then press ok and choose the option OFF and the date will disappear.

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