Can't find equalizer in itunes

spinnerlys

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If your looking for a function in one application, there is a help menu, which lets you search for items that might be there.
The screen shot by apfhex shows you this.
Press CMD+ALT/OPTION+2 to open the equalizer, or go to iTunes > Menu Bar > Windows > Equalizer

Also check out this: http://www.apple.com/findouthow/mac/

EDIT: something changed obviously while I wrote my post.
 

pureelite1

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If your looking for a function in one application, there is a help menu, which lets you search for items that might be there.
The screen shot by apfhex shows you this.
Press CMD+ALT/OPTION+2 to open the equalizer, or go to iTunes > Menu Bar > Windows > Equalizer

Also check out this: http://www.apple.com/findouthow/mac/

EDIT: something changed obviously while I wrote my post.
Yes thank you, before i had no idea what he was talking about. But after his screenshot i saw that the equalizer was in the windows menu
 

apfhex

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Yeah, added a screenshot to my post. :)

Something I want to touch on, and this isn't directed at the OP but in general, it's worth taking the time to learn how your computer functions and explore what options are available in programs instead of using excuses like "I'm new to Macs" or "computers are too complicated" like a lot of people do. I think once people get out of that mindset they can learn a lot.

Of course there are sometimes situations where an item can be placed in a bizarre spot. I know I've gone to the "View" menu enough times expecting something to be there, when it's in a totally different location (and the Help search doesn't... help, if you don't know exactly what the menu item is called).
 
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