items you download from the iTunes store are added to iTunes. In the sources table, navigate to music. It should be the first item. Now press command option F to bring you to the search field. Type in the name of the artist and or album. Now press VO command T twice to jump to the music table and there you should have the songs in the album you purchased.
On Apr 7, 2012, at 10:05 PM, Jennifer Perdue <jlperd...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I downloaded an album from iTunes and looked in the downloads folder, no dice, the music folder, no dice, and the iTunes thing on the Doc, don't have a clue.
> Jenny and my goofy guide Brooks
>> Happy holidays to all those celebrating. I am perplexed about something which has been happening almost every time I try to send mail for the first time after a significant inactive period -- say a few hours. I write a message from within Apple mail, and when I send it, a dialog comes in telling me I must enter my password. It has a box to check for "keep this password in my keychain" which I always check. Then everything is fine for a while. This happens both at work and at home. It started a few weeks ago for no apparent reason. My settings have not been changed. Any ideas?
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