I think that's an excellent idea although the menus are a little complicated. I'll have to check the manual.
BUT, I came to a different conclusion yesterday. I have a feeling it has nothing to do with the camera as I did not change anything. The first hint came when my friend sent me downloads of her recent trip here. When I opened them up, all I saw was my "hair", and didn' realize that they were coming up SO big that if I scrolled up/down & left/right and could eventually see the whole picture. Usually when I open up an attachment, they open in normal size.
Then I retried taking a pic with my camera and the reason why it seem that I've taken a picture to the left is because I see only "part" of the picture and when I scroll as above, the whole picture is actually on there so I began to think that perhaps I need to change some settings on my computer, especially since a visitor was using my computer and may have reset something.
I have a Mac OS X. I'm trying to figure out now what settings I should change on my computer to view a picture "normal size." Is it "preview"? If I could go to the right application/menu and correct the viewing settings on my computer, I think this would solve the problem. You had the right idea though except that now I think it has more to do with the settings on my computer than on my camera which i'll set to default anyway.
Thanks very much. Please respond if you have a clue!