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Move command will not move in small increments eg 0.2mm is there a setting somewhere that I may have missed?

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Use the Move command and write the distance--> ex 0.2 mm. Remember that you should write the real distance, not the scaled one

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4. When the songs are selected, use your mouse to Click & Drag the selected items into your iTunes library or a folder within your library.

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