Print MP3 Playlist?
Infopackets Reader Kathy W. writes:
" Dear Dennis,
I love your newsletter! Thanks so much for doing it -- it's been a great help in the past! Here's my problem: I have a lot of mp3s stored in the My Documents Folder, and I want to burn them all to a CD and then print out the playlist. However, I can't seem to figure out a way to print out my list. Can you help? Any help you can offer will be greatly appreciated! "
You can print your MP3 playlist with WinAmp [free] using one of two methods:
1. Load Winamp, then click CTRL + ALT + G to Generate the HTML playlist, or
2. Load Winamp, then go to the playlist, and click the Misc button. Once clicked, the Misc button will then change to "Misc Opts" [Miscellaneous Options]; if you click Misc Opts, you'll see an option to Generate HTML Playlist.
Either option will export your playlist to your web browser, where you can print it out using your printer. You can also copy all the text from the web browser and paste it into MS Word and print it that way.
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