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valmom

Question:Hello- I am trying to master my ipod and itunes. I have bought songs from itunes and somehow managed to get them on my ipod. Now when I go to itunes I can't find my library of songs. Is there a "clicky" that I should be looking for? Please help--- T

Asked by valmom on 8/25/08 3 Answers»
kristen

Answer:

Any time I'm lost with my iPod, iTunes or anything else I hit up the apple.com site. Great help, very user friendly.

You can also go to the apple store and get a session with a Genius at the bar. Very helpful and worth the time. They'll show you lots of easy tricks for getting the most out of your products!

Answered by: kristen on 8/25/08
LMAYO9

Answer:

sorry, i should have been clearer. when you download things from itunes, it will be filed in the proper category in your library, i.e. music will be in the music tab, movies in the movie tab, etc.

Answered by: LMAYO9 on 8/25/08
LMAYO9

Answer:

Hi Valmom!
Anything you download from itunes will be archived in "music" under your "library" tab. When you launch iTunes, on the left there should be a column and at the very top you'll see those headers.
Enjoy your iPod!

Answered by: LMAYO9 on 8/25/08
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