#1
hey , i need a tool which i can tab a riff on (microsoft word style) and then send to a friend..
the only problem is own a mac and my friends all have windows
any ideas welcome
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#3
You can't make a .txt?
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#4
you could uh, tell them to come here. send them a link?
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#5
I think the only solution is for you to buy a computer that runs Windows.


or make a .txt file
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#6
or send a link....
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#8
Dude, i'm on a mac too, we have a prog that can send notepad files, silly person!

TextEdit its called

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Dude, i'm on a mac too, we have a prog that can send notepad files, silly person!

TextEdit its called


thanks alot

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#10
save it in rich text format (.rtf) that format can be read by anything
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