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The manual might need to be searched for on the CD, via Windows explorer. If you cannot find it there. Go to the Olympus site and get one there...
Here is another consideration. Consider Picasa by Google. It is free. It has picture handling software that is fairly intuative. If you excel at Photo Shop, this is not for you, but the rest of the world this works.
It imports directly from the camera card and erases it, if you say so. So if you have a card reader on your computer, it is tons faster than using the camera software.
The other bad thing about Olympus or DEDICATED software, is you are not able to work on other machines without that software...just annoying....
Another Picasa thing is you can also have FREE online display of your pictures. Security set to what you want, then you send a link to that location for your friends and family, and not tons of actual pictures. One or two, no big deal, send in e-mail, but 15, say of a family outing....mailbox overload...the link has slide show, individual view...really easy.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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