[vip_students] Re: WMP Edit Box

Hi Tony,

Not sure if my following description will be of any help as I am using
windows 7 media player but here goes.
When I open up my media player I first have a list giving me the following
items;
*. Artist.
*. Genre
*. Album.

I up or down arrow to artist and then tab key once. Here I have a list of
all my artists and their songs. Using keys, "Control + spacebar" I hit the
spacebar on each song I wish to burn onto the CD keeping the "control key"
held down at all times till I am finished. Once I have selected all my songs
to burn, I release the control key and press the "Application key". Here I
now arrow down to  the option which is a sub menu called, "Add To sub menu"
and I right arrow in here. Pressing the down arrow key I then come to "Burn
list" and press enter key. The final step is to then tab over to the button
that says, "Start Burn Button, Alt, S" and my files will begin the burn
process.
Try this and see if any of it helps Tony.

Paul.


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