The other thing you can check is the flash compensation setting which is also the button to pop open the built in flash. Push in that button and rotate the front command dial. It acts for flash compensation the way pushing the +/- button next to the shutter release and rotating the rear command dial is for exposure compensation.
OK. To put a picture on the site. I have all of Nikon's camera manuals on my computer. I downloaded all of them from the Nikon USA site.
So what I do to is open the manual of the camera I'm referring to. I then increase the print size of the page I'm interested in and then take a screen shot of my computer monitor. I can then save the image and crop the shot in Photoshop to show exactly what I want to show. I then save my crop as a jpg and attach it to my post.
I have a Mac and one of the free apps it comes with is called Dashboard. I can then download apps from the Apple store. The app I use is called Screenshot Plus. I can copy anything that's on my monitor and make a jpg out of it. I know there are screen shot apps for Windows machines.