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Songs listed in ABC order

Some songs have the album number (if downloaded from more then one disk) or the track number of the song displayed before the title of the song. Not a big deal, but it really is anoying when half my songs are listed in ABC order and the other half of them have some random number tossed in front of the song throwing them out of order. I've already tried renameing my songs on the Sansa display, but to no avail.

P.S. This also would be nice when trying to rid my song listing of the (2000 version) (LP version) or whatever else they deside to put at teh end of the title of the song too.

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  • Irate_Vexed Mar 15, 2008


    The manual says to do this: On the computer, right-click the song and choose Properties, then the Summary tab and click Advanced. Then you can input the data such as Artist, Album, Song Title, Track Number, Genre, and Year.



    However, there is no such animal as "the Summary tab". Just General.



    Somone please help me with this. I've already gone into WMC and played around for a long time, changed the song titles that way, gone under Sandisk and changed the song titles that way too. . . But after I've saved the information, I go back and the song title still displays (Disk 20 - or other random information that I don't care about)before the title of the song.

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You might be able to find "edit" under right click. lets you edit the file information.

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