Firstly I'd like to say this programme is excellent. I am currently using version 2.78, and while occasionally I get 'invitations' to upgrade to a newer version, I find that the version I am using does what I want. I have been having problems in getting a selection of mp3s to play and display properly on my BMW car, which has a mind of its own, and unfortunately no one else understands it. The mp3s are all on a 64 GB USB stick, and this plugs into a socket on the car. The self-same mp3s function perfectly on my Samsung S9 + smart phone, both as far as playing, and in displaying the information, and being able to be sorted by a number of parameters, track, genre, composer, artist etc. I use a proprietary Android programme here, Poweramp. But the way my new car handles things, is that it loads in all the details about each mp3, but actually plays the physical mp3 from the USB stick itself. Previously, my car had a 20GB hard-drive where you would upload and save your 'Music Collection', but only up to 20GB. I can now see where I am having problems, and I need to be able to COPY, for each mp3 on the USB stick, the contents of the 1st column (Filename) to the 'Title' Column. Ideally with the .mp3 file-type omitted in the Titel column. For example, I have a Filename called 01 Rondo alla Turca.mp3, which I'd like to copy across, but where it will appear simply as 01 Rondo alla Turca Some while ago, when trying to find how to change around the track order, I found that 'Alt' allowed me to do this, But, while I can manually copy each one, it's going to take for ever. When I select, say, the first column, that whole line right across becomes selected. What I'm looking for is an 'easy' - I'm a musician' - way to copy the contents of a single vertical column, and paste this in another column, and/or be able to delete the contents of one single vertical column without interfering with anything else. Apologies if I've been long-winded, but i'm new to forums, and the protocols involved I hope you will point me in the right direction. Thanks, in anticipation!