Create Publisher Quality Scores Using
TablEdit, a set of tutorials developed to demonstrate how publisher
quality scores can be created using TablEdit. The
tutorials have a three-fold purpose:
1. Identify the notation elements necessary to qualify as publisher quality.
2. Present an efficient approach for creating a complete score.
3. Integrate in an orderly sequence the major features of TablEdit used to create a publisher quality score.
When completed, you should have developed a method for creating scores that best meets your approach to using the keyboard and mouse. Several alternatives are presented. In addition, the tutorials provide a handy reference on how TablEdit features are used.
Frequently Asked Questions
During print preview and actual printing, the musical staff is loaded with garbage, such as crosses, forms symbols, hand symbols, etc. The tab part is correct.
The TEF265.ttf true type font is not properly installed. See the troubleshooting instructions on this page.
Rests do not print.
See Options - Printing.
I don't hear anything when I start the playback.
See the troubleshooting instructions on this page.
The tab and notation are so small that it is hard to read when I print them out. Does this software offers the function to change the size of the tab and notation?.
You can increase (or reduce) the print scale with the corresponding option in the Print Options dialog box.
How much does TablEdit cost?
The price as indicated in the order form: 59.97 USD or 50 € (for EC citizens).
Can I print either tab or notation alone?
See the Options - General dialog box.
Can I print several instrument parts on the same page?
See the Options - Multitrack dialog box.
Why register today ?
The password we'll send you when you register will turn your demo into the complete version. It will still work with future updates and versions of TablEdit even if the price has been increased. So register today, TablEdit is a good investment.
If I purchase TablEdit do I have to pay for upgrades to future versions of TablEdit?
Never! Your TablEdit registration entitles you to FREE UPGRADES!
I am planning on buying a new computer soon and it will have a newer version of Windows than the computer I'm currently using. When I upgrade will I have to buy a new copy of TablEdit for the new operating system?
No, you can run TablEdit on any of the currenly
available versions of Windows from Windows
3.1 and higher.
(At the time of this writing, this includes Windows 3.1, NT, 95, 98, 2000, Me, XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8)
My copy of TablEdit Carbon doesn't run anylonger on Mac OS 10.7 (Lion). What should I do?
Just download the new Intel version. This upgrade is free.