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Zooming in & saving

Maybe I am being a bit dim but am hoping someone else knows what to do...I take a picture, view it on the screen, move it around, zoom in, etc...and then I want to save it that way but I can't work out how! I am not even sure this camera does this (I know the Sony Cybershot does but my husband in all his wisdom decided this was the better camera). If someone can tell me how to do this, I will be a happy woman :) Thank you in advance.

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Your camera cantt do this. Use the external software that came with your camera, or I would suggest using Picasa (http://picasa.google.com/). It's free and very easy to use for this kind of thing. After all, any software on your computer will give you more options and a better result thatn the camera does when editing yoaour photos.

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