AQ uick Guide To Using iTunes by osJ0v81


									A Quick Guide To Using
        Thi Nguyen
       Ruth Limberg
        Colin Smith
     Table of Contents
• Preface
• Introduction
• Creating an iTunes Store account
• Purchasing Music, Videos, Movies,
• Conclusion
•   The Ipod is a portable device that plays music as well movies and is
    the most popular form of portable entertainment. The Ipod is
    built/ manufactured by The Apple Store and is considered the
    best mp3 player and has cutting edge technology. One of the
    reasons that the ipod has favor is because of its size and storage
    capacity. The size allows you to wear it on your arm, and there are
    also cases that are sold for this purpose. You can also have up to
    120GB of music or video depending upon the ipod that is
• This manual is designed for anyone who has an existing ipod,
  or who is now attempting to create an account. It is
  designed to get you straight to the music without long
  boring steps. You can use and listen to your ipod at anytime.
  The software is easy to use and the website is easy to
  navigate. There are no safety hazards when it comes to
  buying music or setting up an initial account. All you need is
  you ipod and the USB attachment to download the purchase.
Creating an iTunes Store
• In order to purchase music from the
  iTunes Store, you must first create
  an iTunes Store account.
• These easy to follow steps below, will
  get you on your way to purchasing
Creating an iTunes Store
     Account Cont.
1.   Open iTunes.
2.   Choose Store > Create Account.
3.   Read through the Terms & Conditions, check the
     box if you agree to the terms, then click
4.   Complete the form to create your free Apple ID
     (the login you will use with the iTunes Store).
5.   Provide a valid payment method and billing
6.   Begin shopping from the iTunes Store.
Purchasing Music, Videos,
      Movies, etc.
• Now that you have already created
  an iTunes Store account, you can
  start purchasing music, videos,
  movies, etc.
• These next set of steps will help you
  in purchasing your songs.
Purchasing Music, Videos,
    Movies, etc. Cont.
1.   Load your iTunes program if it isn’t already
     open. On the left side panel, you will see a
     section titled “store”.
**Note: Since you have just created an iTunes Store
     account, iTunes will ask you to sign in to
     purchase music.
2. Click iTunes Store below the heading. Your iTunes
     should then say “Accessing Music Store” at the
     top of your iTunes; where track names and
     times are displayed.
Purchasing Music, Videos,
    Movies, etc. Cont.
3. View the homepage that is displayed once the
     iTunes Store has loaded. Here you may search
     for videos, music, podcasts and other things to
     purchase from iTunes.
4. Select the album or songs you want to purchase.
     Next to the songs should be a Buy Now button.
     Click on “Buy Now”.
5. A screen will appear and walk you through the
     process of purchasing your iTunes music. Your
     credit card or iTunes gift card will be charged
     through the iTunes Music Library.
         Burning a CD
• To create a CD, first a defined
  playlist must be established
• Create a playlist by simply pressing +
  on the lower left corner of the
• Name the playlist
        Burning a CD
• Once the playlist is defined simply
  drag the desired song to the playlist
  and unclick
• Repeat until the desired file size is
  reached ( 1.2 hours audio CD,800 MB
        Burning a CD
• After the correct amount of songs is
  reached, insert a blank CD-R
• Recheck song order
• Click “Burn Disk”
        Burning a CD
• The settings dialog box should
  appear, here you can alter the CD
• Avoid CD text
• Click Burn, and wait
• It very easy to create an account, download music, and burn
  a cd.
• Create an account by going to the itunes website if you do
  not have an existing account.
• You can buy your music from the itunes web site with a valid
  credit card.
• You can burn your music to a CD and also save it to your
  computer after you have made a playlist in case you lose
  your ipod or it is stolen.

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