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Phillips Photo Manager
The screen below is the first one you will see
when launching the Photo Manager. From here
you control the functionality of the software.
The screen is divided into the sections
described below:
Photo Manager Toolbar
Command Key Pane is just beneath PC/
PhotoFrame Panes and contains the
functional button for Photo Copy, Cut,
Past and Delete operations. Within the
Command Key Pane, you may click the setup
button to set the desired language, and use
the recycle bin button to undelete photos.
Setup: The Setup button allows you
to change such features as Photo Manager
automatically running when the PC starts, and
the language of the application.
New Album: The New Album button
allows you to create new albums on a memory
card or the PhotoFrame.
Rename Album: Click the Rename Album
button to bring up a Keyboard Input Window.

Cut: You should select photos first and then
click on the Cut button to cut the selected
Copy: Select photos first and then click on
the Copy button to copy the selected photos.
Paste: Immediately after you click on the
Copy or Cut buttons, the Paste button will
become available. You can select the target
folder from the previous selected photos into
the target folder (album).
Delete: Select the photos or album that you
want to remove and click on the Delete button
to remove them.
Recycle Bin: Click the Recycle Bin button to
switch the target folder to the recycle bin folder.
You may browse those removed photos and
move them back to desired folders.
Close: Clicking the Close button minimizes
the application, which will be shown as a tray
icon in the taskbar.
Your can always bring back this application
by right-clicking on this tray icon
selecting the "Show Photo Manager" option.
Alternatively, you may terminate this application
by selecting "Terminate Photo Manager".
Photo Preview
Display the user selected picture with detail
information, such as file name, file size and
photo resolution.
Philips Photo Manager Overview


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