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Deleting photos from camera

I have read directions & they are not clear to me. I want to remove
some photos from camera & keep others. My menu comes up
saying "select all", and I'm afraid to use this for fear of deleting all
my photos.
I have most of my photos loaded into my computer.
My camera is Canon PowerShot A560 digital.

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  • erothwell Aug 23, 2008

    no steps can't remove photos from camera

  • alkreiser Dec 11, 2008

    I am unable to delete a photo that was originally "protected" on the Sony Cybershot D7 camera

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Hi,

For the Powershot A560:
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1. Turn on the camera in playback mode.
2. Select a picture using the right or left arrow buttons on the back of the camera.
3. Press the button with an icon of a trash can.
4. A menu comes up:

Erase? Erase Cancel

5. Select "Erase", then press "FUNC. SET."
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Page 18 of the Powershot A560 basic manual also explains how to erase individual images.

Page 73 of the advanced manual explains how to erase all images.

You can download both user guides here.

Posted on Jul 20, 2008

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