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Chapter 29. Now for the Fun Stuff! Compu... > I Want My MP3: Digitizing Your Music... - Pg. 279

Now for the Fun Stuff! Computer Gadgets and Gizmos 279 Whoa! If the track names still do not appear, manually label each track. Click the track number to select it, click it again to highlight the track number, and then type the track name. (If the tracks have no names, iden- tifying the tracks later is nearly impossible.) You also can enter artist names for each track. To enter the same artist for every track, click the first track, Shift+click the last track, right-click Unknown Artist, click Edit Selection, type the artist's name, and press Enter. If the track names do not appear and you have an Internet connection, click the Get Names button above the track list to obtain the track names and other information from the Web. (As- suming that Media Player finds the information for the right CD, click the Confirm button to copy the information.) 5. Click the check box next to each track you do not want to record to remove the check mark from the box. 6. Click the Copy Music button. Media Player displays the progress of the copy operation next to each track as it records the track. 7. Repeat steps 2 through 6 for each CD that has one or more tracks you want to record. 8. Click the Media Library button so you can create a custom playlist. 9. Click the New Playlist button. The New Playlist dialog box appears prompting you to type a name for the playlist. 10. Type a descriptive name for the playlist, such as Exercise Warmup, and click OK. A new folder with the name you typed appears below My Playlists, as shown in Figure 29.3. 4.