How can I import playlists from the windows media player 11 in excel 2003

How can I import playlists from the windows media player 11 in excel 2003. I used to use the exporter information media, but in WMP11 it no longer allows me to "send to" exporting when I right click on a playlist.

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Import playlist to Excel PowerToy offers an easy way to import lists of audio and video (with the .asx extension) of the Microsoft Windows Media Player in a worksheet in Microsoft Excel 2002 or later.

After the playlist is imported into Excel, you can sort and retrieve information for each item in the list, including name, artist, genre, and bit rate of each file, sort and AutoFilter features in Excel. You can also export the file in HTML format to quickly create a Web page that contains a catalogue of all the audio and video in the playlist. In addition, you can draw and design of statistical information about the items in the playlist and use the information in other ODBC compatible programs (for example, Microsoft Access).

The use of this tool is a two-step process. First, you must prepare the reading list by exporting it from Windows Media Player. Then, you use Playlist import to Excel PowerToy to import the playlist into Excel.

To export a playlist in Windows Media Player:
In Windows Media Player, click Media Library, and then expand My Playlists to view playlists that you created.
Click the playlist you want to export.
On the file menu, click Export Playlist to file.
Select the folder where you want to save the file.
In file name, enter a name for the file and then click Save.

Import playlist into Excel:
Click Start, point to programs, point to Windows Media Bonus Pack for Windows XP, and then click selection of import to Excel.
Depending on your security settings, you can get a security warning dialog box. If Yes, click on enable the Macros to continue.
Follow the instructions in the Windows Media Playlist import tool dialog box. (If you have already exported the playlist, you can skip step 3 in the import tool dialog box).

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