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If you are asking how to sync songs from your iTunes library to an iPod, there are several methods. This document provides general information.
An iPod "classic" usually has plenty of storage space, so if your entire iTunes music library can fit on your iPod, here is one way you can set it up that will be most convenient.
First, if the iTunes sidebar (along left side of window) is not visible, from the menu bar, under View, select Show Sidebar. When connected, the iPod appears in the sidebar, under DEVICES.
Select the iPod in the sidebar. Near the top, there is a bar of buttons that starts with Summary. Click on Music next to Summary. This is the iPod's Music screen, where you tell iTunes how to sync songs to the iPod.
Check the box for Sync Music. NOTE: Any songs that are currently on the iPod but not in your iTunes library (on the computer) will be lost. If there are no songs currently on the iPod, or if all songs on the iPod are in your current iTunes library, there is no problem. But if this is a problem, please post back.
Choose the option to sync Entire music library. When you click Apply, everything in your iTunes music library (including playlists) sync to the iPod. Going forward, any changes to the iTunes music library (such as new songs) sync automatically to the iPod the next time it is connected (or when you click Sync if the iPod is already connected).