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Getting date & time to appear on myu photos

Having trouble turning the time and date stamp from off to on. can you help

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  • Denise Smith Sep 11, 2008

    I have a Toshiba PDR-M81 and cannot figure out how to add date and time stamp to pictures taken???

  • jenn_mikesch Dec 20, 2008

    When I print my pictures I would like the date stamp to appear on the pictures and I have not been able to figure out how to do this. Can you please assist me with this.


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I have a sony DSC-T70 and cannot figure out how to add date and time stamp to pictures taken???

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