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How do I use the Panasonic Photo Fun program. My camera did not come with a how to manual. I need step by step. I have downloaded photos and now don't know what to do. I used Kodak Easyshare which was very simple. This is very different. Thanks for the help.

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When you open the PhotoFun program, in the upper right-hand bar is "help"...click on it.

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I have this camera, but installation CD with Photo Fun Studio viewer is lost. But I need Photo Fun Studio viewer. Where I can download this software.


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