How do I write music using staff sheets and musical notes


G

Guest

I would like to write music using word. I would need to have the base and
treble clef staffs, musical notes, and other symbols. Is there a way to do
this?
 
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Jay Freedman

I would like to write music using word. I would need to have the base and
treble clef staffs, musical notes, and other symbols. Is there a way to do
this?
If you search the web with your favorite search engine, you can
probably find music fonts. However, Word wouldn't be my choice of
program for this -- the experience is likely to be painful.

There are a number of music composition/notation programs with various
prices and feature sets. A good list appears at
http://ace.acadiau.ca/score/others.htm. For example, Mozart is highly
recommended, though a bit rich for my budget. I have NoteWorthy
Composer, which is less feature-laden but lower priced and quite
adequate for my needs.

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Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP
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G

Guest

From what I've been told, you're better off to not even try.

Google the web for a composing/notation program. There are quite a few
available & price range is from <$100 on up.

Regards |:>)
 
G

Guest

Jay, thanks for your input. It is very helpful.

Jay Freedman said:
If you search the web with your favorite search engine, you can
probably find music fonts. However, Word wouldn't be my choice of
program for this -- the experience is likely to be painful.

There are a number of music composition/notation programs with various
prices and feature sets. A good list appears at
http://ace.acadiau.ca/score/others.htm. For example, Mozart is highly
recommended, though a bit rich for my budget. I have NoteWorthy
Composer, which is less feature-laden but lower priced and quite
adequate for my needs.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the
newsgroup so all may benefit.
 
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G

Guest

Thanks for your input. It is consistent with other replys and helpful.
 

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