Question asked by: Kimberly Leach.
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- Click on the first note of your selection. - Shift⇑ + click on the last note of your selection. A blue rectangle highlights the region you selected. - From the menu choose Edit → Copy or press Ctrl + C.
- Double-click the first note to be aligned; - Use the arrows keys to move the note (Alt + arrow left or right to move the head with smaller increments); - Click anywhere on the page and the stem will follow the note head; - Repeat the above steps for the bass clef. - Done.
- click the note you want to move. - del to delete the note. - click note in destination chord. - Shift+letter A-G to add note. - use Ctrl (Mac: Cmd) + up / down arrows to move note to correct octave as necessary.
- click on the first note you want to move, - shift+click on the last note you want to move, - CTRL+X, - click on the note or rest you want to replace with the first note of the moved section. - CTRL+V.
- Select a measure in the score and, in the "Text" palette, click (double-click prior to version 3.4) the "Staff type change" symbol, ; alternatively, drag the "Staff type change" icon onto a measure; - Select the symbol, and adjust its properties (see below) in the Inspector as required.
- Click on the Edit Drumset button at the left of the Drum input palette. - Right-click on a percussion staff and select "Edit Drumset...".
- Select all measures from the list you want to copy. - Copy the measures. Press Ctrl+C. - Switch to the second instance of Tabular editor(one that's not having measures) - Select the destination table to store the measures. - Paste the measures. Press Ctrl+V.
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