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How can I take images off of my computer and put them onto my camera?

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Assuming the photos were taken on the SD1100 and haven't been edited on the computer, you can use a card reader and copy the photos onto a card. If the photos were taken on a different camera, or edited on a computer, the camera most likely won't show them.

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