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Using the iTunes Store    
Apple has integrated the iTunes store into the iTunes application to make is easy to browse and purchase music, videos, TV Shows, Movies, Applications and podcasts. To get to the iTunes store all you need to do is open iTunes and click on iTunes Store over on the left, above your playlists. You will need to have an Interent connection in order for the iTunes store to work. When you first connect you will be taken to the iTunes Store homepage. There you will be able to navigate to any of the types/genres of media that you are looking for. The iTunes store has an amazing selection of media so easily accessible for you to download and use on your computer, ipod, itouch, Apple TV or iPhone! Once you have found something that you want to purchase, click on the “buy” button to the right. In the next window that pops up you will need to enter you Apple ID to make a purchase. If you do not have one you will need to click on “Create Account” and fill out all of the necessary information, including a credit card that will be charged with the purchases you make. Once you have your account information entered, when you click “buy” iTunes will automatically start downloading your purchase. On the left under iTunes Store you will see a “downloading” folder where you can watch your files download. Once they are finished downloading they will be added to your “Purchases” folder underneath iTunes Store. Your media will also be added to the appropriate section in your library!
 
         
 
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