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Copying an image to another album
You can copy an image of an album to another album.
Display the image list of the camera or hard disk which includes the image to be copied and then the image list to which you want to copy the image. See â€śOpening the camera imagesâ€ť (page 94) or â€śOpening an album of the hard diskâ€ť (page 109) for details.
Tip You can use the File menu to copy the selected image(s). In step 3, select [Save in Album] or [Save as File] in the File menu. For the details, refer to â€śSaving the camera images in albumâ€ť (page 98) or â€śSaving the camera images as another file typeâ€ť (page 103). Note The position where the image is copied depends on its file name.
Select the image to be copied. To copy multiple images, press and hold down the Shift key as you click the desired images.
Drag the selected image.
Editing an image
Move the dragging pointer to the album to which you want to copy the image then drop the image. The image is copied to the destination album.
Copying in the finder You can also copy images or albums in the Macintosh finder. Press and hold down the option key and drag them to the destination folder.
Editing an image
Complete service manual in digital format (PDF File). Service manuals usually contains circuit diagr…