Syncing contacts and calendars from a Mac


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Syncing contacts and calendars from a Mac

In addition to copying your music, movies, and photos to your iPod most current iPods also support the syncing of your contacts and calendars. So if you carry around your iPod or iPhone all the time, you have quick access to your addresses, phone numbers and schedule. The process is just slightly different between Macs and Windows, so in this movie we'll look at how this works on a Mac. If you're on Windows you can jump to the next movie. So here in iTunes I've my iPod touch selected. I'm going to go to the Info tab. If you're using an iPod classic or an older iPod nano you'll click the tab labeled Contacts. The current generation of iPod nano doesn't support copying contacts over.

Now when you're working on a Mac your contact information comes from your Address Book application found in your Applications folder. So here I've created a few example contacts, but you can see I've also created some Address Book groups like Family, Friends and Work. Now...

Syncing contacts and calendars from a Mac
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Syncing contacts and calendars from a Mac provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iTunes 10 Essential Training

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