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How do you Delete document and photos once saved to PC

I've been unable to delete many pages of documents that I've 'saved to PC,' using the MP160 software. I've searched thoroughly the on screen MP160 Manual and I can't find the way to do this.
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I am using the Vista (Don't have any choice in the matter) OS. I finally realized I may not be able to find any solution to my inability to delete documents and pictures from the MP160 Navigator software so I tried clicking , 'Pictures,' located on the upper far right of the Start menu on my Vista start up screen. Then under, 'Folder,' on the far left of the 'pictures' screen I scrolled and found, 'pictures,' again cliked it and found 'MP Navigator,' under that category. I clicked MP Navigator and was given a long list of the photos and documents already on my MP Navigator software. When you click on of the image titles it will display the image or document. Then, while viewing the image or document, click the file menu, choose, 'delete,' and one by one you can delete the image or document if you want to. (James A. Baker-Opelika, Alabama)

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