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Digi-camera course of offer

PUBLISHED: 15:31 10 January 2008 | UPDATED: 09:50 08 July 2010

People in the Swaffham area who had new digital cameras or mobile phones for Christmas are being offered a free two-hour session on how to download photos from them onto a PC or laptop.

People in the Swaffham area who had new digital cameras or mobile phones for Christmas are being offered a free two-hour session on how to download photos from them onto a PC or laptop.

The course, called Drop-shots, is available through Adult Education at Swaffham Community Centre from 2pn to 4pm from Monday.

Chris Pope, community development worker for Norfolk County Council adult education in West Norfolk, said: "The course is intended to be really simple, easy-to-follow tuition on how to get any photos you've taken on your digital camera or mobile phone and drop them down on to a computer or laptop, so that you can save the photos and free up your camera to take more.

"Places are limited on the course, so if you are interested you need to book a place by ringing 0844 800 8002."


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