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Date and time

How do I set the date and time on my Stylus Verve?

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With the camera on, press the OK/MENU button. Use the arrow pad to select [MODE MENU]. Select the [SETUP] tab and press the right arrow. Select 'time icon' and press the right arrow. Select the date format and press the right arrow. Use up or down arrows to set each item and press the right arrow to move to the next item. Press the OK/MENU button when you have finished entering the date and time.

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One possible reason why do you keep losing the date and time is just because you left the camera for a day with the battery removed. The date and time will revert to the factory default settings.

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