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3. Student roll 1 into your open iPhoto window. iPhoto will automatically start importing the folder of photographs as if it were a roll of film. The iPhoto window is providing information about this import. If you had a camera attached, you would see it named here. At this point, iPhoto will indicate that no camera is connected, but will still show the photos importing. It runs through the images sequentially in the iPhoto window as they are copied into your library, and it also shows how many images remain to import.
Drag the pair of songs to your playlist. Note Shift-clicking works for selecting groups of contiguous songs. [View full size image] 35 36 7. Drag an album from the Album column to Jessica's Birthday. All of the songs from that album are added at once. [View full size image] You can add individual tracks or whole albums in many ways. This represents just the basics. No matter what method you use, before you know it the Jessica's Birthday playlist will have a number of songs that you can play back-to-back.
Being able to find songs you're looking for is critical. Clicking the top of a column in iTunes will sort that column alphabetically. Generally, an alphabetical arrangement by artist is pretty useful. In the top of the window is a Search field; just start typing, and iTunes will do its best to find the songs that you are describingwhether the letters you type are part of the name of a song, an artist, or an album. One particularly cool aspect of the search feature is that it starts looking as you type so you don't have to type an entire word, and you never need to press Return.