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RE: digital Camera

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D Sterner (dsterner)
Tue, 14 Dec 1999 16:27:27 -0500

Betsy wrote:
My camera is a Casio. There is something called a Qv/pc
program('they'say I need) that I've asked to have put on my computer. I
have IBM at school and Microsoft photo shop. I've got cords and papers
and a list of instructions that seem fairly simple-But those directions
are for the one teacher computer in the computer lab. The librarian gave
me a disk. I will bring it home over Christmas. Thanks for your input.
I'll keep asking when I find out what those CD's are for... ( The
techie at my school has never used one- I'm pioneering so to
speak.)Without this list, I doubt I would have realized the
possibilities . Now I'm sooo anxious to do it!! Betsy

My older version Sony camera has a program CD and cords too. The CD has
the program that reads the information via "the cord" from the camera and
places it on the computer's hard drive. Once you have taken your pictures,
plug in the cord from your computer to your camera. I bet there is an
option called "play" or "view" on your camera that has to be on for the
cord to work. Also, I remember the orginal cord connection to my computer
would not fit the pin areas available - so I had to buy an adapter for the
pin area to fit the cord. It was a nightmare for me then - I am hoping to
save you some headache as my experience might be helpful to you.
Also, I was NOT too proud to throw it all in a bag and go to a computer
store and ask questions. Naturally I bring the most humble version of me -
just to amuse the poor sole who took pity on my blunderings

if you are on a list respond to me directly dsterner
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