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Holding down the option key while starting iTunes allows you to:

a)create a new iTunes library
b)choose which of your iTunes libraries you wish it to load on that particular occasion.

An iTunes "library" contains everything you have put into that library whether music, movies, books, ringtones, apps, etc.
None of those individually is a "library".
For most, there is no reason to have multiple libraries.

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