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If you want to find your iTunes plus Purchases among your other music try this tip I found at Mac world.

Make a new smart playlist where you set "Kind" contains "Purchased AAC"
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Excellent find Kilted1! I only have two purchases but this is a great tip!
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Why not just click Purchased just below the iTunes Store?? Does the same thing for me
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Why not just click Purchased just below the iTunes Store?? Does the same thing for me
That includes all my iTunes purchases, including the 128kbps ones - whereas I want the 256kbps ones only displayed.
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You could also just add the "File Type" column in iTunes, click on it to sort by file type and look for all of the "Protected AAC" files. IF you also enabled the bitrate column, you can sort by that as well.


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