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Old 08-25-2011, 09:21 PM
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Default Re: Inserting a new empty measure in orchestral score

oh duh!

I should never, ever, answer a question before thinking it through, and especially not while also listening to a recitation from one of my kids.

You can do the same type of Select/Copy/Paste maneuvering to the single staff, and just copy it all over one measure to the right after adding a single measure to the end of the song as well.

Yeesh.... time to go have a cup of tea or something for me!

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