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Topic # 13229 29-Apr-2007 17:44
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Is there any way to make a list of all the songs you have in your iTunes library to show someone without writing all the songs out yourself????????????

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  Reply # 68838 29-Apr-2007 18:02
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If you goto file then print - you can then print out your playlists... alternatively if you are on a mac (or if you have a PDF exporter) you can also export it as a PDF file.







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Reply # 68842 29-Apr-2007 18:25
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That's interesting!! :)




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  Reply # 68853 29-Apr-2007 19:01
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where can i get a pdf thingy ma bob???

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  Reply # 68894 30-Apr-2007 06:10
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CutePDF seems pretty good.  It's free and shows up as another printer.

Another option is to do a 'select all' in iTunes and copy/paste into Excel.  That way you can tweak the format to your heart's content.




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  Reply # 69077 1-May-2007 14:49
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Or, if on a Mac you can just click PDF on the print dialogue...

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