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Keeping chapters in order

When I sync a book into my Ilo on the screen of my computer all the chapters show to be in order on the mp3 player but when you try to listen to it all the chapters are out of order. How do you keep them in order? I have renamed and numbered and tried several options but still they are out of order in the mp3 player.

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I fixed this problem by renaming the chapters from 1 to 01 etc. I found the mp3 player would store them in logical order i.e. 1 followed by 10 which was not what I wanted, by renaming the first 9 chapters 01 to 09 this resolved the problem. N.B. I tried to track down Reorganize on the web but gave up as I could only find a German site and I cannot speak German.

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