It occurred to me a few times as well and - in one case - I discovered I had 
been working on a file which was a saved copy of another, completely different  
one which included many multi-measure rests, and used for the ready format, 
which included all ready set linked parts. Breaking multi-measure rests from 
within the score not always reflected in the linked parts and, at the end, I 
set a new document from scratch, broke the multi-measure rests in the score and 
finally copy-pasted it in the new file. At that point, all multi-measure rests 
where consistent trough all linked parts. Of course, I had to put up with the 
fuss of formatting the new document, parts included.



Giovanni Andreani 

> On 6 Nov 2018, at 21:32, Raymond Horton <> wrote:
> Any help on this would be greatly appreciated as I am trying to get these
> parts ready for a rehearsal tomorrow!
> Finale 26, Windows:
> For no reason, some of the linked parts are showing up without some of the
> multi measure rests. I have checked all the logical possibilities for the
> problem, such as barline definitions, stray real whole rests in place of
> default whole rests, etc, etc.
> In one case, I was able to copy a section of empty bars that was multi
> measure resting correctly to the section that was not, and it fixed the
> problem, but that is not working in my other occurrence.
> Thanks!
> ​Raymond Horton
> Composer, Arranger
> Minister of Music, Edwardsville (IN) United Methodist Church
> Retired Bass Trombonist, Louisville Orchestra, 1971-2016
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