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    deleting songs where original file is gone in itunes
    Hi All,

    i've recently deleted the physical file for a whole bunch of songs which i had in itunes so the file no longer exists on my computer.

    So now for those tracks in itunes there is a little exclamation mark icon on the first column. So now instead of selecting each one and deleting them in itunes. Is there a smarter way to do it?

    I can't seem to sort the list by this exclamation mark.

    thanks for any comments.
    mav.

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    Thanks I'll give it a go.

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