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How do you make playlists

I figured out how to use the bookmark feature but can't seem to figure out how to create playlists plz help i have a gigabeat I can bookmark songs, but I can't figure out how to create a playlist. I get my songs off CDs ripped onto Windows Media Player.

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I had the same problem. Once you've bookmarked songs (using the squiggly button on the right), go into "library" (using arrow button on the left), then enter (middle button), down to "bookmark", enter, then "favourites 1" (for example), enter, "play all", enter. This will play what you've bookmarked in order.

As for "playlist".... I'm still stumped, but this should do instead!

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