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Clearing the screen

I can never seem to remember how to get the screen totally clear of information so I canjust shoot a picture without all that stuff in the way. Mayne the battery level would be okay to have up at all times. I lost the CD-ROM which came with the camera. How can I obtain another one? Thank you, Marion Voltaire

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Dear Sir/Madam,

You don't have to do anything because the buffer clears itself.
The buffer is the camera's internal memory that temporary stores the photo until it can be written to be memory card. The buffer fills up when a series of photos are taken quickly one after another, and the photos can not be written to the memory card fast enough. The buffer is emptied as the last photo is written to the memory card.

Please Provide additional information for the CD-ROM software u have lost.

1) Model No.
2) Year of Purchase
3) Product Name
4) Serial Number etc.....



Thanks
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On pressing the menu button the options screen will appear..
on pressing it again it ll disappear

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