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Help creating subfolders/playlists/album folders

I dont understand the instruction booklet, someone please tell me how to make different folders, it sucks having t o look for a song for example im looking for song #83 so i have to go from #1 to #83 to get there. Can someone tell me how to create folders? Im going crazy!!!!!

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Win XP Pro
Build new folders under your C:\ drive.
Click on the folder that shows under the 'Panasonic Audio Player'
Click and drag your new C:\ drive folders to the right.
The new folders should show up on the MP020.
Cut and paste won't do it, stupid software.

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

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As soon as you get on Outlook, the first thing that everyone does is to organize their emails. Now, in order to organize your emails, the first task that you need to do is to create separate folders for the same. The present article is about How may I create a Folder in Outlook? You can also create a hierarchy of folders according to your requirement and arrange all the necessary data in a proper format. You can take help of Outlook customer service for creating folder in Outlook.com.

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