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Seperate Playlists Is there anyway to make seperate playlists with this mp3 player?

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Use Windows Media Player to create the playlist, and then transfer them to the player by dragging the entire folder to the sync window, instead of dragging all of the files within the playlist to the window.

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yes you can create playlist using WMP11...
To create playlist using WMP
  1. 1. Click the Library tab. If you need to clear the List pane before beginning to create your playlist, click the Clear List pane button playing_i_clearlistpanebtn.gif.
  2. Drag items from the Details pane to the List pane to add them to the new playlist.
    To select multiple adjacent items, press and hold the SHIFT key while selecting. To select nonadjacent items, press and hold the CTRL key while selecting.
  3. To rearrange items, drag them up or down in the List pane.
  4. To save the list, click Save Playlist at the bottom of the List pane, and then type a name for the playlist.
    By default, playlists are saved with a .wpl extension in the Playlists folder, which is usually located in the Music folder. You can also save playlists with the .m3u or .asx extension. To do so, click the List button at the top of the List pane, click Save Playlist As, and then change the extension in the Save As dialog box. Once you save the playlist, it's added to the Playlists category in the library.
    To play the playlist in the List pane, click the Play button playing_i_playbtn.gif.
  5. To access the playlist in the future, click the Playlists view in the Navigation pane.
I hope that helps
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