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Old 04-08-2015, 12:14 AM
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Default Page Break Stretch

I am into a project of cleaning up the notation of my Recorder Duet Polka Suite. I always try to keep the printed version on two or fewer pages.

For the attached file, I set the number of measures per system to 8 to keep to my two-page limit. This worked quite well, but it left me with 6 systems on the first page and 4 systems on the second page -- much harder to read. So, I put a page break in on the sixth system to force it to page 2. Looks great, but when I shift back to screen view, measures 35 and 36 span the entire width of my display -- and probably the display of anyone else who views it. Any suggestions?

Ralph Rayner
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