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Topic # 15385 20-Aug-2007 07:07
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Newbie here,so i appoligise if this is in wrong thread,i just saw this was about ipaq 2215,so here goes,how can i delete pictures from ipaq image viewer or just from pictures?I have read manual cover to cover can't find anything about deleting only installing or down loading to the unit.My unit is full of pics i no longer need and don't know how to get rid of them.Any help would be appreciated.Also, how do you delet / clear all content from a cf card?

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Reply # 82916 20-Aug-2007 08:03
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You can open File Explorer on your Pocket PC and browse to \My Documents\Pictures and use it to delete files. Simply tap and hold on a picture to show a menu with a DELETE option, or tap on a file name and slide the style to select many. Then tap and hold on the selected area to see the menu again.

You can do the same for the CF card.

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  Reply # 82922 20-Aug-2007 09:14
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Thank you for such a quick responce, click and hold works on the pics but not in Image viewer.

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