I finally got that to work, but I'm wondering if the process has been changed. It seems to me that it used to be a lot easier and, to use a commonly misused term, more intuitive. Who would know that you have to follow procedures for inporting from a CD to change songs already in the iTunes library? Well, anyway, by following your instructions, I was finally do it, so thanks.
I don't know why that sometimes happens. but I had intended to say that you had SOLVED the problem, not that you HELPED.
If I'm not late, I found it !
I posted the question, and I have the answer!
These wma files play QuickTime
So as soon as they are playing, save them say in a Quick time folder
Then right click that file
An otion will be given to *****
Go for the mp3 file. It then opens an internal converter
Drag the file there and Presto
Please make sure you have the latest iTunes and Quicktime software update.
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iTunes: How to convert a song to a different file format -http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1550 - including information about different formats and discussion about compression.
In iTunes11: File > Create New Version
In iTunes 11 "Create..." is in the File menu, not the Advanced menu.
Topic: Need to convert to mp3 - Chris's post on converting songs -https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3890527?start=15&tstart=0