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    XP Windows Media Player (XP Professional)

    I received a friend' <img src=/S/dizzy.gif border=0 alt=dizzy width=15 height=15> s vacation CD, with many individual clips (like a daily diary on CD). There may be 50 of these, and I tried to click PLAY ALL, to no avail.
    Is there a setting or a way to get the Windows Media Player to play these clips in sequence without me clicking my brains out???? It's boring and I don't think I'll
    ever make it through the CD having to play each 15 or 20 second clip individually. ( I have since told them NEVER to do this again)
    Thanks for past help.

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    Re: XP Windows Media Player (XP Professional)

    1. Open Windows Media Player
    2. Right-click on the upper bar (where the words "Windows Media Player" are)
    3. From pop-up menu, select File | Open
    4. Navigate to your CD
    5. When you see all your clips, select (click once - not twice!) the first clip.
    6. On your keyboard, press Ctrl and A keys simultaneously (Select All command).
    7. On Open window, click Open button (or just hit Enter key on your keyboard)
    8. Enjoy!

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