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The default document (Mac)

Templates can be used to speed up the process of creating scores for any ensembles or situations for which you regularly compose or notate music. Finale comes with several templates, but as you begin to use the program, it's likely that you'll want to customize those templates, or create new ones to better fit your needs. So in the last video, we learned how to create a new score from template via the Launch Window or the File menu. Let's open a template, and then we'll modify it, and save it as a new template. So let's go to the File menu, let's choose New, and Document From Template.

Let's go to the General Templates folder, and let's choose the Lead Sheet (Handwritten). I am going to cancel out of here, because when you're working on creating a template file, you really don't want to make changes to the score information, or the music information. You just want to make changes to the actual kind of basic elements. So I'll cancel out of there,...

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The default document (Mac) provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Rick Schmunk as part of the Finale 2012 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Finale
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