Well, I did what you said and hear the chords; however, I still don't hear the rhythms played with the chords. What I hear instead is a repetitive B with the chords. So, I'm assuming that the only way to hear chords played with actual rhythms is to write out the notes to the chords on the staff with the particular rhythm notation. Am I right? I was just trying to notate the score as if I were writing a jazz chart (one doesn't necessarily have to write out the chords entirely for these; you just write out the rhythms that you want the guitar or piano to do and then put the chords above it. Then the guitarist or pianist plays the chords with the specific rhythm written out.)
I learned in the past that this is best to do when one is not a guitarist; then the person that actually is one can do the voicing.
Sorry if I'm giving too much of an explanation of what I mean--I'm just trying to do my best in explaining what I mean!
I'll understand completely if Finale doesn't playback what I'm looking for.
Thanks for responding.