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Date does not displayed on printed image

We I take a photo and transfer it to my lap top there is no date printed on the image itself.
I mean I would like to have the date on the printed photo

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  • repsol May 19, 2008

    I tried to find this option in my camera but I could not.

  • repsol May 19, 2008

    Sony DSC W30

  • repsol May 20, 2008

    there is no any help regarding my issue in page 46 as you suggested. would you please help me more

  • repsol May 20, 2008

    Thank you and waiting

  • repsol May 21, 2008

    the link does not work !!!!!

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In the camera setup menu you have to have the time and date stamp turned on before you take the picture. Once you turn this feature on all of your photo will have time and date stamps. unless you turn it off.hope this helps

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