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Encore Manual

Encore Manual

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Sometimes two systems appear parallel in a score. This is
most often used for codas and endings. By changing the left
and right indents for two systems in your score it is possible to
duplicate this “side by side” layout. Because several automatic
functions do not recognize this type of layout, however, it is
recommended that this procedure be applied only as the last
step before printing.

Prior to arranging systems side by side, be sure to complete
both systems and add any phrases or text that will be needed.

82Moving Objects in Encore

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Moving Objects in Encore

This is an example of two systems that could be placed side
by side. Drag the right side of the top system over to the left,
creating enough room to accommodate the measures in the
lower system.

Note: The Coda Phrases were adjusted again for this example.
Some repositioning for graphics will be unavoidable when
changing system size.

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Moving Objects in Encore

Drag the lower system over to the right until it is small enough
to ft in the space created above.

After changing the left and right indents for each system
you can drag the lower system up and align the two systems.
Always align the system on the right to match the system on
the left. Changing the left system will change both systems at
once.

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Moving Objects in Encore

Once you have created the parallel system arrangement it is best
to print the score. Using CENTER STAVES, Center Systems, ALIGN
SPACING and many other operations can affect this layout, so it is
best to use this step only in the fnal stages before printing.

86The Score Window

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The Score Window

Score Window

Mac OS X

86The Score Window

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The Score Window

The Score Window

Chapter Five

The Score window is where you’ll do

most of your work in Encore. You can
drag it, resize it, scroll it to see more
of your music—all pretty standard stuff.
Your music is normally shown, relative to the
displayed page size, just as it will be printed.
If you choose to reduce or enlarge your
score, the music will appear to be the same
size in the Score window, but the size of the
displayed page will increase or decrease.
(For more information, see PAGE SETUP in
the section on the FILE menu.) If the window
or monitor is not large enough to display the
entire width of the page, you can use the FIT WIDTH option to
scale the display.

The Score window’s most unusual aspect, and the part that
requires some explanation, is the Toolbar.

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