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Audiobook to ipod

I cannot get my audiobook to load in to the audiobook library on my ipod classic
i can play them as music arranged in a playlist for each book

there is an audiobook facility though which i just cannot seem to access.
help please

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  • bonzer Apr 18, 2008

    no ... i am trying to put them on from cd

  • Benjamin Paul
    Benjamin Paul May 11, 2010

    Did you buy the audio book through iTunes?

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That is the problem. iTunes will only allow you to put audiobooks in that section if they were bought from the iTunes store. It's very annoying, but i suggest just making a playlist to hold all the files. iTunes doesn't let you set the type as "Audiobook" for files.

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