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Picture size- Canon IXUS970

I have a 32MGB memory card and my camera only seems to store about 20 digital photos. I thought I figured out how to reduce the resolution/ picture size but obviously not and now I can't find where I orignally did this in the menu...any suggestions please?

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In camera mode (slider all the way to the right)
Press menu button
Go down one item
L M1 M2 S
these are the resolutions you can pick
S will give you the most photos
press menu again when you are done

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