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Creating A Playlist in iTunes    
After you have either downloaded music or imported music into your iTunes library you can then create playlists to organize your music in anyway that you’d like. To create a new playlist, simply click on the plus button on the bottom left and you will be given a new untitled playlist. Now you can go ahead and type in whatever name you want to call your new playlist. Now you are ready to start adding music to your playlist. To add music go to your music library and find the music that you want to add to your playlist. Then select the music that you want by clicking on it once and then drag it to your new playlist and let go. You’ll notice when you drag a song to your playlist you will see a green circle with a plus sign in it indicating that you are about to add that music to a playlist. Simply let go and it will be added to your playlist. When you do add music to your playlist it will still remain in your library and you can add a song to as many playlists as you want! Another way to create a playlist is during the importing process. If you want to make a playlist of a CD just the way it is, insert the CD and when iTunes asks if you want to import it, say no. Instead you are going to go over to the CD and click on it and drag it to your playlists and let go. The computer will automatically create a playlist with the name of the CD and start importing all of the tracks into the playlist in the correct order. So there is a really easy way to create a playlist of a CD!
 
         
 
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