When you have many images on a card, especially if there are many shots of a similar subject, you may wish to get through them a bit faster. "Jumping" is an option by which you can bypass images in groups of 10 or 100 (even single images) using the Main Dial.
With the Playback button engaged and only one image on the LCD, push the top Cross Key to reveal the Jump menu. Continue to push the top Cross Key until you get the number you want, or push the bottom Cross Key to go back, then push Set. Use the Main Dial to work your way through the card. The progress bar for the function will give you an approximate idea where the selection is relevant to the number of images on the card.
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Use the Reduce and Magnify buttons as before. When you get into the group you wanted, use the side Cross Keys to refine your search.
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