If you have lost this you should contact your camera provider to buy a new one - or visit a camera or electrical shop like Jessops or Currys. Cheaper ones are also available on websites like eBay - it might not necessarily be made by whoever made your camera (some are reproduced by companies in the Far East) - you just need to check it is compatible.
Once you have your USB chord, follow these steps:
1 Connect your camera and computer by the USB chord and wait for a few minutes for the computer to read the camera.
2 Your camera should appear as a file in front of you and click to open it. If not, go to My Computer and open your camera file that way.
3 Open your camera file to see all the photos (sometimes you may have to open another file within your computer file). The file is often called DICM.
4 Select all the pictures you want to put onto your computer (press ctrl to select more than one). Then right click "copy”.
5 Open a new folder or go to wherever you want the pictures to go in your computer and right click. Select "paste” and they will be copied onto your computer.
If you cannot get a USB chord, there are other ways to put digital camera pictures onto a computer. Some people can put their camera’s memory card directly into their computer but it will depend if your computer has a reader which is compatible.
You can also email pictures from a phone so that you can open them in an email and save them onto a computer, but you can’t email from most cameras. Another option is to take your camera into a camera shop and see if they can do it for you. They may be able to give you a CD with the pictures on to take home and put on your computer.