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My Desktop Has Windows 7 and Roxio 2011. There is an option under File that says Edit Audio Information. This function has alwsys existed in all previous Operating Systems and Roxio. My Laptop has Windows 7 and Roxio 2011 and that option has disapeared and is not availiable. Desktop Has Windows 7 and Roxio 2011 and the function is available. On the desktop I can highlite the songs on an album click on File in the upper left hand corner and the first option is Edit Audio Information, so why does it not on my Laptop.

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My Desktop Has Windows 7 and Roxio 2011. There is an option under File that says Edit Audio Information. This function has alwsys existed in all previous Operating Systems and Roxio. My Laptop has Windows 7 and Roxio 2011 and that option has disapeared and is not availiable. Desktop Has Windows 7 and Roxio 2011 and the function is available. On the desktop I can highlite the songs on an album click on File in the upper left hand corner and the first option is Edit Audio Information, so why does it not on my Laptop.

 

I thought that that was gone in Creator 2011 but brought back in Creator 2012. Look under the Creator main page under the Music/Audio tab. Is it there? (left side of the lists) Yes, I agree that that was convenient.

 

I'm sure Roxio is really happy that you bought two copies; one for each of your computers. rolleyes.gif

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I thought that that was gone in Creator 2011 but brought back in Creator 2012. Look under the Creator main page under the Music/Audio tab. Is it there? (left side of the lists) Yes, I agree that that was convenient.

 

I'm sure Roxio is really happy that you bought two copies; one for each of your computers. rolleyes.gif

Relax and take a deep breath, my Laptop replaced my desk top. I was wondering why it worked on my desk top and not on my new labtop, that's all

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I thought that it was this:

You are correct. on top of your screen,left hand side the first tab is File and next is Edit and so on. You can hilite an Mp3 file then click on the upper left hand corner tab - File and then go down to Edit Song Information. Click on it and it will bring up the editor in Roxio 2011 so you can change title artist genere track number and so on. It works for one song or a whole album.

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You are correct. on top of your screen,left hand side the first tab is File and next is Edit and so on. You can hilite an Mp3 file then click on the upper left hand corner tab - File and then go down to Edit Song Information. Click on it and it will bring up the editor in Roxio 2011 so you can change title artist genere track number and so on. It works for one song or a whole album.

 

You should have specified that you are talking about Windows Explorer. It would have saved a lot of confusion and needless posts. Almost everybody assumed you were talking about C2011 when you talked about Edit Song Information.

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