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Postby amitbtz » Sat Dec 23, 2006 2:37 pm

hi
I use windows xp and finale 2006, and I have several questions:

how can I convert a finale file to a jpeg file? is there any possibility to do it from finale itself or I must print and scan it?

another question:
let's say I have a 4/4 bar in which the notes are all 1/8. finally will make them in 2 groups of 4 1/8. how can I divide them the way I want? (4 couples or 3, 3, and 2 etc.)

I don't like using the cautionary accidentals plug in. how can I mark courtesy accidental signs for a specific notes and not for the entire file? e. i. emphacizing an accidental that is in the key after it was cancelled in its previous apearance, or emphasizing an accidental that though it is in the key might be forgotten etc.

I hope I have managed to clarify my questions. thanks a lot!!!

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Postby michelp » Sat Dec 23, 2006 4:09 pm

<how can I convert a finale file to a jpeg file? is there any possibility to do it from finale itself or I must print and scan it?>

Use the Graphic tool to export as TIFF, and find (easily) a software that does the conversion Tiff-Jpeg

<another question: let's say I have a 4/4 bar in which the notes are all 1/8. finally will make them in 2 groups of 4 1/8. how can I divide them the way I want? (4 couples or 3, 3, and 2 etc.)>

Time Signature tool. More choices button. Select Composite Time signature. Here you can define various divisions of the 1/8th notes. Check the manual for more details.

<I don't like using the cautionary accidentals plug in. how can I mark courtesy accidental signs for a specific notes and not for the entire file? e. i. emphacizing an accidental that is in the key after it was cancelled in its previous apearance, or emphasizing an accidental that though it is in the key might be forgotten etc.>

Speedy Entry can do it one note at a time : position the cursor on the note, and hit the * key to display or not the accidental of the note.
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Postby amitbtz » Sat Dec 23, 2006 4:23 pm

thanks!!!
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