#1
how do you import midis into notepad?

i forgot :P
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#3
An audio file into a text document?

Do you mean, so it looks like a tab?
#5
yea but ive done it before....
but i dont remember how
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#6
Have you tryed going to the toolbar thing and finding the command for inserting file? I'm on a mac right now, so i can't illiterate, but it's somewhere with the many mystical lands of the toolbar.


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#7
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An audio file into a text document?

Do you mean, so it looks like a tab?

Finale Notepad is the free version of the Finale notation software. It isn't a text editor.

In Finale 2008, you go to Open and select .mid files (instead of the default .mus files).
#8
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Finale Notepad is the free version of the Finale notation software. It isn't a text editor.

In Finale 2008, you go to Open and select .mid files (instead of the default .mus files).


alright, thanks
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