If you have ever needed to share a list of the songs in your iTunes library, whether you were planning an event, or were making a playlist of CD for someone, then you may have been looking for a simple way to generate that list. You can accomplish this goal by printing your library as a document, which can save you the hassle of a series of screenshots, or manually writing or typing a list.
But the option for printing a list of your iTunes library is not immediately obvious, so you can follow our guide below to see how to use the built-in printing functionality of iTunes on your Windows computer.
Print Your iTunes Library as a List in Windows 7
The steps in this article were performed using iTunes version 184.108.40.206, on a computer running Windows 7. However, this process is similar for many other iTunes versions in Windows.
- Launch iTunes, then click the Music button, and select the My Music option to display your iTunes library. If you would prefer instead to create a list of movies or TV shows, then select that option instead.
- Click the iTunes Menu button at the top-left corner of the window, then click the Show Menu Bar option. You can also display the Menu Bar by pressing Ctrl + B on your keyboard.
- Click File, then click Print. Note that you can shortcut to the Print menu by pressing Ctrl + P on your keyboard instead.
- Select either the CD jewel case insert, Songs, or Albums option in the top-section, then click the Theme drop-down menu to specify how you want your selection to be listed. You can click the OK button at the bottom of the window when you have finished.
- Change any of the options that you wish to adjust on this window, then click the OK button to print the list of songs.
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