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Easy iPod and iTunes by Shelly Brisbin

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Part 6. Setting Up Your iPod

In this part, we shift from the iTunes library back to your iPod. This part discusses adding songs to the iPod and setting the device up to work the way you want it to.

You can add songs and other items to your iPod in two basic ways: sync the iPod to your iTunes library or copy items to the iPod manually, using drag and drop. The process of syncing means iTunes automatically copies the content of your iTunes music library to your iPod without you having to manually copy anything. The advantage of syncing is that anytime you update your iTunes music library, new items become available to your iPod the next time you connect it. Some people update their iPods manually because their music library is larger than the capacity ...

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