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Re: delete locked picture on computer.
You can un-check the locked option on the pictures by using the get info option on each image file. This is done through the Finder on a Mac. Alternately, if they are in the Trash: If an item in the Trash is locked, press the Option and Shift keys when you choose Empty Trash to delete it.
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try using the image capture utility when connected to the computer. canons are notorious for forcing you to use image utilities (picture wizard in windows and image capture in macos). my canon xsi did the same thing.
First close any application that you may have open that used the photo...or that you used to view or edit the photo.
The problem could be that the application or photo was in use. Usually it won't allow you to delete a file that is in use by a program.
Once you are sure that the applications are closed. then click on the photo (if this is a Mac) and press and hold down the the apple command key (one on each side of your spacebar) then hit the delete key. The item should disappear...(it moves it to the trash)
Or you can just drag and drop it to the trash.
Hope this helps. Have a great day!