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Adding text and music in iMovie 11

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So I am a newbie to iMovie. I tried to record a short clip of myself. Then, I went to the T symbol to add in text. However, when I dragged the text style to the clip, nothing happened. The same thing happened with music. Do you guys know what happened there ?
 
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Is your clip still in the Event Library, or have you put it in a Project? It needs to be in a Project.
 

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