Accounting Toolbox for Success
Department Chair: Reed Peoples
512-223-4757; Fax 512-223-4988 rpeoples@austincc.edu

Assistant: Katy Gott
512-223-4800; Fax 512-223-4988 kgott@austincc.edu

Welcome to Accounting Toolbox for Success!

These modules were created to help accounting students be successful!
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Download a video to your iPod using iTunes version 7.0

  1. Right click one of the videos listed in the Select A Video tab and save the video to a location on your computer.
  2. Connect your iPod to your computer and open the Apple iTunes application.
  3. In iTunes, select "File" > "Add File to Library." Browse for the video you downloaded, then click "Open."
  4. Select the "Movies" tab.
  5. Check the "Sync movies" box.
  6. Click "Apply."

Download a video to your iPod using iTunes version 6.0 or earlier

  1. Right click one of the videos listed in the Select A Video tab and save the video to a location on your computer.
  2. Connect your iPod to your computer and open the Apple iTunes application.
  3. In iTunes, select "File" > "Add File to Library." Browse for the video you downloaded, then click "Open."
  4. In iTunes, select "Edit" > "Preferences" > "iPod" > "Videos" > "Automatically update all videos." Click "OK" when you're done.
Once you've followed these steps, iTunes will automatically copy the video to your iPod. To play the video on your iPod, select "Videos" > "Movies."

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