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Old 01-13-2011, 03:37 PM   #10
DoctorOhh
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Originally Posted by ddjohn View Post
Well, drag and drop to the "edit metadata" sounded like a nice simple solution. But running maintenance on the library reports extra titles, extra authors, extra covers. It seems like my easiest route at this juncture is to "remove" all of the offending entries and put them back in one by one the old fashioned way. I do thank everyone for their efforts.
Something seems wrong, you have to drag and drop the missing formats to the available formats section of the edit metadata window (see attached). If this is what you were doing then I agree with you.
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