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Chapter 14. Working with Music and DVDs > Setting Up iTunes to Automatically Pl...

Setting Up iTunes to Automatically Play CDs

When you open the iTunes application for the first time you'll be asked a few preference questions. For example, you are asked if you want iTunes to be the application your Mac uses for playing music files from the Internet, whether you want iTunes to ask permission every time it connects to the Internet, and whether you want the program to scan your home folder for all of your music. If you select not to have iTunes automatically scan your home drive for music files, you can always drag a folder into the iTunes window. It will automatically scan the folder for any music files, and then place them within the active Playlist.

Set Up iTunes to Automatically Play CDs

Open the Applications folder, and then double-click the iTunes icon.

Click the Apple menu, click System Preferences, and then click the CDs & DVDs icon.

Click the When You Insert A Music CD pop-up, and then select Open iTunes.

Click the Close button to close the System Preferences window.

Quit iTunes.


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