Itunes also has an option (under file) to backup to a cd or dvd. It makes a
data cd rather than a music cd so the files are much smaller and even a cd
will hold many songs. Itunes allows you to authorize several computers to
store (and enjoy) your Itunes stuff....so it is all legal too.
Mary in MN
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From: "Woody Duncan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group"
Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2007 1:30 PM
Subject: [teacherartexchange] Mac Questions ??
> Recently I learned that I can load a song into an e-mail to
> share with others. My i-music files are still on my computer
> even when they disappear from my i-music window. It's happened
> twice. Now, I just locate the files and drag them over to the
> i-music window and I have all my songs back to load on my
> If those songs are all in folders on my hard drive (in an i-tunes
> folder) that can be dragged elsewhere, then I should be able to
> hook up my apple laptop to my i-mac and drag my music over to
> the laptop. Why ? So I have a backup for all my music. Next
> time I burn up a hard drive I'll have my music elsewhere.
> Also, When I take my laptop with me I'll have my music along.
> So, how do I connect the two macs together so I can drag
> files over ? Anyone know ?
> Woody Duncan email@example.com
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