How to Create Playlists in Windows Media Player
Do you have a collection of music that you want to categorize or organize into a more manageable area, well creating a playlist in Windows Media Player can do just this for your library. Playlists are there to help organize music into a single area where you can play your favorites tunes.
How to Create Playlists
1) Boot up Windows Media Player
2) You will be put by default into the Now Playing Tab, you will want to head into the Library Tab simply mouse over to the library tab on the top of the Windows Media Player Window
3) Then head over to the top left head section to "Playlist" area and click it, a new menu will appear displaying the text "Create Playlist"
4) Now we are at the stage of naming the playlist, give it a memorable name or something relevant instead of "Playlist 1", put something like "Tunes for John's Party" that way you can easily glance and locate the playlist quicker. To add a name to the playlist simply click on "Create Playlist , then type the name
....now wasn't that easy.
Now all you need to do is fill this playlist with some songs, what you will need to do is go to the library and drag and drop your files towards the playlist and once you see that the section has been highlighted release the mouse and Windows Media Player will add that file to the playlist. Just think of it as three easy steps: Click, Drag and Drop the main core that makes Windows Media Player such a great media software
Click the file
Drag the file across to the top left hand side
Drop the file into the Windows Media Player Playlist
Playing the files within the Playlist
To begin playing files from the playlist, navigate to the Library tab go to the playlist section and select your playlist, once in here double click the files located in the center of the screen to begin playing the music