Tutorial: How to Organize audio files files as Audiobooks in iTunes

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This tutorial will walk you though how you can import some mp3 files into iTunes and categorize them as audiobooks. The result is that your iTunes library is neatly organized and your new audiobook will remember where you are in the audio book, so that you can always resume where you left off without having to scan through the song.

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  1. Strange question here… I have 66 books in Bible in MP3, 27 NT, 39 OT, n I'd like to put each book in iTunes as Audio Book. Each CHAPTER of each BOOK is separate! Right now, I put on my Sansa player, but in hodgepodge order. Could I use your procedure to select, say, each Chapter of Ephesians, change to Audio Book in iTunes, then each Chapter of Romans, etc. Do you think they'd come out in chapter order within the books? Would I need to start with Genesis to have books in proper order?

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