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Quick Guide to Absolute Beginner's Guide to iPod and iTunes.
I. THE IPOD.1. Touring the iPod.
The Apple iPod: A Lot of Hype or Really Hip? So What Is an iPod Anyway? All iPod Models Aren't Equal, But They Are All Cool. What You Can Do with an iPod.2. Getting Started with an iPod.
Exploring the iPod's Box. Charging the iPod's Battery. Installing the iPod's Software (Including iTunes). Connecting and Configuring an iPod on Your Computer. Connecting an iPod to a Computer with a Dock.3. Using an iPod.
Getting Ready to Play. Controlling an iPod. Controlling an iPod Mini. Looking at the iPod's Menus and Screens. Using the iPod's Backlight. Putting an iPod on Hold. Turning an iPod Off.4. Listening to Music on an iPod.
Selecting Music to Which You Want to Listen. Controlling Your Music. Creating and Using an iPod On-The-Go Playlist. Monitoring an iPod's Battery. Adding and Using Apple's iPod Remote.5. Building an iPod's Music Library.
Creating an iTunes Music Library. Assessing the Size of Your iTunes Library and How Much Disk Space Your iPod Has. Understanding and Configuring iPod Synchronization Options. Updating Specific Songs and Playlists Automatically. Manually Updating an iPod.6. Configuring an iPod to Suit Your Preferences.
Configuring Music Playback. Setting Up Your Main Menu Preferences. Setting the Screen's Contrast. Setting the Sleep Timer. Configuring the Clicker. Working with the iPod's Language. Returning an iPod to That Factory-Fresh Feeling.7. Rocking Your World with iPod Accessories.
Controlling Your iPod Remotely. Powering and Charging an iPod When You Aren't at Your Computer. Connecting an iPod to a Computer and to Other Audio Devices. Creating Your Own iPod Radio Station. Carrying an iPod.8. Using an iPod with a Home Stereo or Car Stereo.
Choosing an iPod Connection Kit. Using an iPod with a Home Stereo. Using an iPod with a Car Stereo.9. Using the iPod's Calendar, Contact Manager, and Other Non-Music Tools.
Keeping Track of Time with the iPod Clock. Planning Your Days with the iPod Calendar. Using an iPod to Keep an Address Book. Using the iPod to Store and Display Text.10. Taking the iPod Further.
Using an iPod as a Portable FireWire/USB 2 Hard Drive. Using an iPod with More Than One Computer. Using an iPod to Capture Sound. Using an iPod to Store Digital Pictures.11. Maintaining an iPod and Solving Problems.
Maintaining Your iPod's Power. Updating or Restoring an iPod's Software. Identifying and Solving iPod Problems.
II. ITUNES.12. Touring iTunes.