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    Default How do I get flash not to flash when I'm in AUTO?

    Someone told me that you can disable your flash even when you're in AUTO.

    I don't see how. I don't see anywhere in the manual that tells how to do that.

    Someone had told me to go to Page 74, but I don't see anything there that tells
    how to be on AUTO and disable the flash.

    My other question was, "How do I get my camera to take sharper photos?"
    No one has answered that, as far as I can tell.

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    Default Re: How do I get flash not to flash when I'm in AUTO?

    Sorry, I've helped you as much as I am able. It's up to you to read the manual and follow up. I'm closing your threads.
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