[vip_students] Re: ITunes: Importing Individual songs and albums

Hi Bert,
I did all the things you suggest. Jaws did not read out the heading for
combo boxes so I used the jaws cursor to work which one to move to yes. I
then clicked ok. There was a pling plong from Itunes and I was put out on
the main screen. But the album/book was still under music and nothing is
under book. 
Aedan. 


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what happens  when you go to options?

Bert
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>From: "Aedan O'Meara" <aomeara@xxxxxx>
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Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2010 6:01 PM
Subject: [vip_students] Re: ITunes: Importing Individual songs and albums


> Hi Bert,
> I selected a book which showed as an album under music as source. I then 
> did
> the ctrl i and carried out all your instructions. The book is still under
> music and there is nothing under book. What am I doing wrong?
> Aedan.
>
>
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> Subject: [vip_students] Re: ITunes: Importing Individual songs and albums
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> Hello Aedan,
> after you press control plus I, then press shift plus tab, you are now in
> the info tab.
> arrow to the right until you come to options, tab until you come to music,
> arrow down to books.
> tab again until you hear the prompt "remember last position" arrow down to
> yes.
> finally tab to OK.
>
> Bert
>
> ----- Original Message ----- 
>>From: "Aedan O'Meara" <aomeara@xxxxxx>
> To: <vip_students@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Tuesday, August 17, 2010 4:44 PM
> Subject: [vip_students] Re: ITunes: Importing Individual songs and albums
>
>
>> Hi Stuart,
>> I have done that with Itunes using ctrl i. However I cannot get books to
>> go
>> under EBooks when they are in mp3 format. They insist in going under
>> music.
>> I presume that Itunes is just built that way. At least I have got the
>> files
>> to build under album names. When you have 18 discs, it can be a little
>> tedious. My IAudio is much simpler but then it is physically much 
>> clumsier
>> than the neat Ipod!
>> Aedan.
>>
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: vip_students-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> [mailto:vip_students-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Stuart Lawler
>> Sent: Monday, August 16, 2010 9:07 PM
>> To: vip_students@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Subject: [vip_students] Re: ITunes: Importing Individual songs and albums
>>
>> Hi Aeden,
>>
>> You could use iTunes to tag the files after importing, or if easier
>> something like winamp will also do nicely for tagging.
>>
>> Stuart.
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>> On 16 Aug 2010, at 19:04, "Aedan O'Meara" <aomeara@xxxxxx> wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Paul,
>>> Thanks for that. One thing extra though, what about those mp3 tunes that
>>> don't come in to the library with a name? Most of my mp3s do not behave
>>> properly in Itunes library and therefore are the same on my Ipod nano.
>>> Regards
>>> Aedan.
>>>
>>>
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>>> [mailto:vip_students-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Paul Traynor
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>>> Sent: Monday, August 16, 2010 8:33 AM
>>> To: vip_students@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>> Subject: [vip_students] ITunes: Importing Individual songs and albums
>>>
>>> Importing Individual songs Or Albums  To ITunes from CD or other 
>>> sources.
>>>
>>> With ITunes open and you having some new songs somewhere on your hard
>> drive
>>> or CD which you wish to have imported into ITunes Library do the
>> following:
>>>
>>> 1. Press keys, "control + O" to open up the dialogue box.
>>> Here you have the traditional "file name" edit box where you can type in
>>> a
>>> file name such as a song title or even a location on the computer's hard
>>> drive, external hard disk or CD where you think the song or songs is
>> located
>>> that you wish to import.
>>> Generally especially for the first time if you do a shift + tab to jump
>> into
>>> the list of folders on your hard drive you will by default be in the
>> "music"
>>> folder on your PC.
>>> If however the songs or albums are placed somewhere else on your 
>>> computer
>>> then you will need to navigate to those areas.
>>>
>>> 2. To navigate to a location where your songs you wish to import are
>>> located, do the following, while within the "file name" edit box, type 
>>> in
>> a
>>> location and be as accurate as you can about this. for example, I have 
>>> my
>>> hard drive broken up into three sections just for ease of use. I have a
>>> "C
>>> drive" which everyone will have on their PC but I also have a section of
>> my
>>> drive with a D and another with an E partition which is nothing more 
>>> than
>> a
>>> chunk of the drive  sectioned off so that I can keep my files and 
>>> folders
>>> tidy.
>>> On my D drive section I keep all my music and recently I have added a
>> couple
>>> of new albums which have not gone into the ITunes library so I want to
>>> add
>>> them in.
>>>
>>> 3. In the "File name" edit box I type in something like the following:
>>> Note: it will most likely be different for other people;
>>> D:\music
>>> As you can now see I have pointed  ITunes to look in my music folder
>>> contained on the D drive section of my PC's hard disk. I press enter key
>> and
>>> now I am  nicely located within my music folder on the D drive.
>>>
>>> 4. Now I must press "shift + Tab" to jump into the list of songs and
>>> album
>>> folders contained in here.
>>>
>>> 5. Once in this list I can up or down arrow and locate either songs or
>> album
>>> folders that I
>>> Note: If I have a folder which contains  multiple songs which I wish to
>> add
>>> into the library at once then going into the folder and doing a "control
>>> +
>>> A" which we know is a select all keystroke will select the entire list 
>>> of
>>> songs in that folder. Next pressing the "enter key" will add them into
>>> the
>>> ITunes library. Remember to wait for that little ding dong music as it
>> lets
>>> us know that the import has completed.
>>>
>>> One more  way to move a folder into ITunes can be accomplished as
>>> follows:
>>>
>>> 1. While in ITunes, open the file menu and arrow down to "Add folder".
>>> 2. Press enter.
>>> 3. Press "shift + Tab" to jump into your folder list.
>>> 4. Once in here arrow down to the folder of songs you wish to add to the
>>> ITunes library and press enter key. Wait for the import to complete and
>>> you're done.
>>>
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