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I don't know much about your camera, but have you tried using a tripod or setting it on a table or something? Try that, if it improves your indoor pics, then some of your bluriness may be camera shake...but, and I hate to say it, some of the less expensive cameras just don't do as well in low light situations or close-up. Although like I said, I don't know your camera...this sucks though, I know how frusterating it must be to want those great shots, only to not have your camera cooperate.
I have a kodak z650 and sometimes if I get shaky hands my pictures will be out of focus. I have found that if I use a tripod or sit down where I can hold the camera sturdy it helps. Like you commented I haven't notice it as much when I take pictures outside which I think is because the shutter speed is faster than when taking them inside.