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Re: Set Resolution
Use the resolution button on the top of the camera by the LCD display. One button is for selecting Flash. One button is for the self-timer. The middle button is for resolution. Press the button repeatedly to cycle through the options.
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The dpi is not really a camera setting. The camera should usually be set to the highest resolution possible (4000x3000). This capture size would give a print size of approx 13"x10" at 300dpi. That would be considered a high resolution print. If you were printing at "normal" print resolution you could double that print size.
This must be because you have a widescreen monitor or because you have set a screen resolution that's too low for anything.
Most programs ask for a screen resolution higher than 1024x768 (which they rarely actually need) to install.
So you can change yours to that value (or higher) for the installation and if it distorts your display, set it back to the original value later.
To see how to change your resolution, go to this site;
After setting the resolution to 1024x768 or higher, run the installation and it should proceed with no problems.
Most Canons don't seem to be able to embed the date on photos unless the resolution is set to "postcard mode", which is 1600 by something pixels. Set to that resolution, and then try to set the date mark feature (it will be greyed out when the resolution is not set to a compatible mode).
I dont know what resolution your camera is, but make sure you have it set at the highest it can go. The higher the resolution the better quality the picture. I had a 12mp camera but you could set it as low as 4mp which is ok for snaps but if you are uploading or printing then you need to set your camera to a higher resolution if you can. Read your instruction book it should tell you how to configure your settings there. If it is an old camera that cant be changed then maybe its time to invest in a higher mp camera perhaps 8mp 10mp or even 12mp
Turn the camera on and set the slide on the right hand side to the red camera icon, as if you are taking photos. Turn the dial on top of the camera to the red camera icon. Press the middle circle button (menu/set), you will see that the 'picture size' menu is highlighted. Press the right arrow key to view the different resolutions available, select with the up, down and menu/set button. Press the menu/set button again to leave menu. To change resolution in intelligent auto mode, do the same thing but turn the dial to the red camera with the 'iA' in it.
Not all digital cameras operate the same for resolution settings. It's almost always done within the menu under settings. If you have the manual, look in the back index under "resolution". Otherwise just access the menu and scroll through it, you most likely will find the resolution setting item.
It did likely re-set to lower resolution when the batteries were changed. To set it where you want, press the "F" button when in shooting mode. You'll see the options, one of which is for image size/quality.