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#1147543 - 12/17/08 02:49 AM One more sibelius question  
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I can't find it in the Sibelius help file anywhere, does anyone know how to add more space between the systems? I'm finishing up my Music Theory final and I need to add in my Roman numerals...and there's not enough space between the systems to do it, the notes are to far down or to far up, especially with the pop chord symbols which I already have there. Does anyone know how to add more space between lines? I really need it....
I could just hand write it, but I'd much prefer it typed.


Chopin: Nocturne No. 15 in Fm. Op. 55 no.1.
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#1147544 - 12/17/08 02:54 AM Re: One more sibelius question  
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Just to clarify, I think you mean space between systems, not between bars, don't you? In Finale (even the ancient version I have) you just use the staff tool and drag them apart. I'm sure Sibelius has something just as simple - no doubt someone will help you, though if you've been looking for "space between bars" in the Help this might explain why you haven't found it.


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#1147545 - 12/17/08 03:03 AM Re: One more sibelius question  
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Yes, I did mean systems, sorry. I'll go correct that in my OP so that no one else reading gets confused.

Edit: Found it! It took awhile of googling around but I found it. Just press CTRL SHIFT E and thengo to staves and set the number. Whoo!


Chopin: Nocturne No. 15 in Fm. Op. 55 no.1.

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