Finale has a great help file section. That is the only user manual that I
use…and when I can’t figure things out, I ask my colleagues on this List. As
far as I know, a printed manual is not available. If I am mistaken, my fellow
Finale Listers will certainly correct me.
> On Aug 4, 2017, at 2:41 PM, Michael Edwards <mjedwa...@foxall.com.au> wrote:
> After many years of considering which music notation software to
> buy, and a decade or more of forgetting entirely about notation
> software, I have finally bought Finale. I have been on this mailing
> list earlier on (possibly still am but my account was turned off, and I
> have started a new one), and posted quite often for a couple of years,
> but may well be long since forgotten by now.
> Of course there are many things about Finale I will need to find
> out, and I hope I can ask about some of them here.
> But perhaps a reply to my first question will save me from having
> to ask many future questions here. It is simply this: is there an
> up-to-date user manual I can download from anywhere? The most recent
> one I found was from 2009, and, while I expect a lot of information
> there will still apply, I expect quite a bit will have changed also. I
> do not have Internet access at home - only when at my mother's or at the
> local library - so I will not be able to read the on-line manual at home
> - only at my mother's, because I cannot install and use Finale on the
> library computers.
> So am I likely to find a current manual anywhere? Or can I ask
> MakeMusic to mail me a paper copy? Or, failing that, are there any
> third-party reference books published on how to use Finale (preferably
> referring to the current version)?
> Thank you.
> Michael Edwards.
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