Hi, I own a 40D and to select the AF point is relatively easy. A friend from Australia paid us a visit and I noticed that a fair amount of her photographs were focused on the wrong subject. I suggested changing the point to help the camera. This was however at the end of her journey and she had to fly back before we could look in the manual. A quick Google:
"Holding the + key, look thru the viewfinder, and use the dial to change the AF point."
I downloaded the sales brochure to see the back of the camera and the only plus key is on the top right hand side. The one used to zoom in and out of pre-view shots. Is this correct and what dial do they talk about?
My 40D seems to work easier than this setup. When she lands on the other side I want to send an email over there with some advice. A page number in the manual will also help.