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RDL
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Is there a process (in Finale2005) to generate a score from several .mus files that were created separately ?  Say for WW5; flute/oboe/clarinet/bassoon/horn.  I have the files completed but now have a conductor and didn't think about that at the beginning of the project.  I know this was dumb and next time if ever, I'll start with the score and extract parts from it.
 
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Create a new blank score with all the parts you need, and copy/paste from the individuals into the complete.


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Thanks !  That works very well.

 

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