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Jena Root
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   Posted 10/20/2002 4:10 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Is there a way to create double sharps and double flats in notepad?

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   Posted 10/20/2002 8:43 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Yes, there is a way.

I don't remember the actual keystrokes, but it is something like this:

Select the note (Ctrl-click?).

Hit the X (?) letter key to get a double sharp, hit the V (?) letter key to get a double flat.

If you look in the help file you should be able to find the keystrokes. See under "Simple Entry Tool".

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   Posted 10/20/2002 10:43 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
In Allegro there is a tool which raises or lowers a note by a semitone at a time, but instead of moving the note to a 'grammatical' note it simply adds more flats or sharps, so you can get a note with very many flat signs in front of it, for instance. Not what I had in mind, but someone might find it useful :-)
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