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Select all iTunes 11 playlists - Command A, for example

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In iTunes 11, Devices...Sync Music...Playlists, how do I select all playlists (in Playlists Pane) with a single command? Command-A, for example does not work.

I want to be able to select all and still display individual Playlists so that I can deselect individual Playlists.

Using 'Select Music Library' returns iDevice overflow and does not display individual Playlists for select/deselect.
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Assuming you're on a Windows machine, check the top playlist checkbox (usually "Purchased"), while holding down the control key.  That'll check all the boxes for all the playlists.
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Also works with OSX, Command + 'Purchased' selects/deselects all

Thanks!
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You're welcome, and thanks for the OS/X datapoint!
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