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Notes

Given that third-party developers and users were concocting new and interesting ways to store text files on their iPods, it's no surprise that Apple introduced a Notes function with third-generation iPods. This function becomes evident when you choose Extras from the iPod's main menu. There, you'll find Notes listed right behind Clock, Contacts, and Calendar. If you mount your iPod as a FireWire or USB 2.0 disk, you'll also spy a Notes folder nestled against the Contacts and Calendars folders when you double-click your iPod.

If you select Notes on your iPod and then select the Instructions entry in the Notes screen, you'll learn that you can view notes on your iPod by copying text files into the iPod's Notes folder. But there's more to know about Notes than that:


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