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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to iPod and iTunes, Third Edition by Brad Miser

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8. Using an iPod to Listen to Audiobooks

In This Chapter

  • Add some audiobooks to your iTunes Library’s shelves.
  • Configure your audiobooks with a digital bookmark.
  • Move audiobooks onto your iPod.
  • Hear your audiobooks on an iPod.
  • Speed your audiobooks up or slow them down.

Audiobooks make it possible to enjoy books on your iPod. You can purchase audiobooks from the iTunes Store or Audible.com and easily add them to your iTunes Library. From there, you can even more easily move them to an iPod so you can listen to them anywhere, anytime.

Adding Audiobooks to Your iTunes Library

If you read the previous chapters, I bet you can guess that you put audiobooks in your iTunes Library before you move them onto an iPod. You can add audiobooks to your ...

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